Our offer for refugees from Ukraine

If you have been fleeing from Ukraine to Germany, Fresenius would like to support you in settling down in our country by providing you with suitable jobs!

Welcome to Germany - welcome to the healthcare group!

We want to help people who have been forced to flee from their home country because of the war in Ukraine to find their way back to a "normal" life. Therefore, the jobs we provide here are not intended to be temporary. Instead, we want to attract you to our company for the long term - even after the war has hopefully soon come to an end.

As a global healthcare group we are commited to a special goal: Ever better medicine for ever more people. Our individual business segments focus on dialysis products and services, the production of lifesaving medicines and technologies for infusion, transfusion and clinical nutrition, hospital operation – including outpatient care – and the planning and management of healthcare facilities. Learn more about our company here.

We hope that you will find a suitable job at Fresenius and would like to encourage you to apply with us. Please feel free to share this page with other refugees. We are happy to receive any applications!

 

Latest jobs for refugees from Ukraine

Have a look at the jobs we can currently offer you.

Please note:

Most of the job ads are currently available only in German or English. If you want to translate the job ads into Ukrainian, please proceed as follows:

1. Open the job ad in Chrome

If you do not have this browser installed yet, you can download it here for free:

2. Use the website translate function of Chrome

PC/Laptop: Open the context menu by clicking the right mouse button and select "Translate to English". Now click on the three dots and select "Choose another language". Select "Ukrainian" from the drop-down menu and click "Translate".

iOS/Android: Tap the three dots and select "Translate". Select "Ukrainian" from the drop-down menu.

Alternatively you can just copy and paste the text of the jobs ad in the Google Translator.

Frequently asked questions

Am I allowed to work in Germany at all?

Yes, when the residence permit is issued, the competent foreigners authority grants permission to work at the same time. Your residence permit must be marked with the entry "Gainful employment permitted". The application for a residence permit must be submitted to the local foreigners authority at the Ukrainian citizen's current place of residence in Germany. You can find the responsible foreigners authorities here. Employment of Ukrainian citizens in Germany is not possible without a residence title. The residence permit without a visa can be issued by decree until August 31, 2022.

Do I have to get my professional qualification recognized in order to work?

Recognition of your professional qualification is only required if you want to work in a regulated profession (e.g. doctor). In non-regulated professions, recognition is still very useful to find a job that matches your qualification. You can find more information about professional recognition in this flyer:

How can I apply for a job at Fresenius?

If you have found a job with us that you are interested in, please send us an email. You will find the respective email address in the job advertisement.

What should my application include?

To make your start with us as easy as possible, it is sufficient if you provide us with some information about yourself (language skills, education, professional experience). References or certificates are not mandatory. We will then contact you to discuss the next steps.

I would like to work, but I do not have all the required qualifications or skills. What can I do?

You can seek advice from the German Federal Employment Agency on which measures will support your professional integration (e.g. training courses or coaching). For more information, please click here.

Help & Contact

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Fresenius career team. The following options are available:

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