Helmholtz Association

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With more than 38,000 employees and an annual budget of over 4 billion euros, the Helmholtz Association is Germany’s largest scientific organisation. The results of research work at its 18 research centres are intended to help find scientific solutions for major and urgent questions facing society, research and industry in six research areas. The Helmholtz Association offers many interesting opportunities for international researchers.

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Jobs at the Helmholtz Association

Jobs at the Helmholtz Association

The research centres of the Helmholtz Association cover a wide range of research fields and also operate large research infrastructures, like DESY. Vacancies at all Helmholtz Centres – including positions for postdocs – are published on its Job vacancies page. www.helmholtz.de > Jobs Jobs at the Helmholtz Association

Individual Doctoral Projects at Helmholtz Centres

Individual Doctoral Projects at Helmholtz Centres

PhD students can complete a doctorate and receive an interdisciplinary postgraduate training while working in an excellent research environment at a Helmholtz Centre. More Individual Doctoral Projects at Helmholtz Centres

International Helmholtz Research Schools and Graduate Schools

International Helmholtz Research Schools and Graduate Schools

These research schools and graduate schools offer structured doctoral programmes for highly-qualified PhD students in partnership with universities. More International Helmholtz Research Schools and Graduate Schools

Helmholtz Young Investigators Groups

Helmholtz Young Investigators Groups

The best junior researchers receive excellent working conditions in a research-oriented environment. Researchers are granted independence early on with secure career prospects based on proven research achievement. More Helmholtz Young Investigators Groups