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Your benefits

  • Training awarded the “Excellent Training” seal by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK)
  • Digital Welcome Starter Package 
  • Independent work in the many different areas of the company
  • Committed trainers and individual supervision by the training manager
  • Cross-company and corporate apprentice exchange
  • Annual project trips with all apprentices, offers for internships abroad and regular employee events
  • Digital learning opportunities, e.g. through apps
  • Extensive support during exam preparation through seminars 
  • Extremely high takeover rate after successful completion of training
  • Flexible working hours model, 30 days annual leave and health management services

What you need to know about your apprenticeship

Working hours

Regular working hours amount to 39.5 hours per week. The training day counts as a full working day with 7.9 hours.

Training plan

At the beginning of your apprenticeship, you will receive a personal training plan, which can also be accessed online at any time.

Apprenticeship exchange

During the first year of training, each trainee has the opportunity to visit and work for a week at another Deutsche Wohnen location within Germany. The times and locations of the respective apprenticeship exchanges are determined in advance and will be sent to you in good time. This exchange gives you the opportunity to get to know other holdings, colleagues and workflows within the company. The focus is on cooperation with colleagues from the letting department. We also offer external internships as part of a cooperation with other property companies.

Flexitime compensation

Flexitime days or hours can be used to help reduce overtime. A whole flexitime compensation day requires 7.9 hours of overtime.

Written exams/class papers

The written exams and class papers of the last few years are stored centrally at Deutsche Wohnen and can be viewed and used as preparation for performance assessments at the vocational school.

Holiday leave

Each apprentice is normally entitled to 30 days holiday per year. Holidays can be taken throughout the year, but not on school days.

Time management

You will be given a personal access card for time management at the beginning of your apprenticeship. Use this to record the start and end of your working day via the attendance terminal. You will also receive a link and your personal access data via e-mail so that you can independently request or check time corrections, holidays, flexitime status, business trips, etc.

Intermediate and final examinations

To make it easier for you to prepare for your intermediate and final examinations, the Deutsche Wohnen Intranet contains exams from previous years.

The key points

Stage by stage together

During your apprenticeship, you will get to know the training contents in multiple companies, different training stations and at different locations within the Group. You will acquire practical qualifications at our company. The vocational training school adds theoretical teaching content.

Start of apprenticeship

1 August 2020

Duration of apprenticeship

3 years or 2.5 years (depending on location and services)

Apprenticeship allowance per month

1. Apprenticeship year €1,056.25
2. Apprenticeship year €1,186.25
3. Apprenticeship year €1,310.25
plus capital-forming benefits in each case 

Interested in a future at Deutsche Wohnen?

Interested in a future at Deutsche Wohnen?

Apply in 4 steps for the 2020 training year. Here’s how:

  1. Create a profile in our online application tool.
  2. Complete the input mask.
  3. Upload the application documents above.
  4. Send your application.

We look forward to receiving your application and wish you every success!

Apply by 28 February 2020 for IHK Real Estate Management Assistent (f/m/d) in Düsseldorf

Apply by 28 February 2020 for IHK Management Assisiten for Office Communication (f/m/d) in Berlin

Apply by 28 February 2020 for IHK Management Assistent for Dialogue Marketing (f/m/d) in Berlin

Room for questions.

Katrin Birnbaum

"It’s great that you’re interested in an apprenticeship at our company. As this opens up the best prospects – with us, in the job market and in a professional field full of exciting opportunities. If you have any further questions about apprenticeships, please contact me."

Our apprentices get involved

In December 2017 und 2018, each apprentice donated 10 euros of their Christmas budget to fulfil the Christmas wishes of children in need as part of the Aktion Wunschbaum campaign. Every year, Christmas trees are placed in various town halls and other public buildings in Berlin, so that children can attach their wishes to them and which are then fulfilled by sponsors. Our apprentices took care of and packed the presents and helped to distribute them.

 

Since 2015, the BBA – Akademie der Immobilienwirtschaft e.V. has been supporting non-profit associations in our city of Berlin. Apprentices select various clubs and collect money for them at a volleyball tournament. The higher the ranking of a team in the volleyball tournament, the more prize money the non-profit club for which the team plays. The proceeds from the home-made catering also go directly to the clubs. Deutsche Wohnen has supported this event with a sponsorship package right from the start.

The Ausbildungszentrum OTA offers vocational orientation, vocational preparation and vocational training measures for eligible and disabled people in need of support. Our apprentices are taking part in the OTA’s action week in July 2018 and are holding several courses on the topic of “My first apartment” as part of a workshop.

Together with other vocational school students, eight of our trainees supported a donation project by the Deutsche Entwicklungshilfe für soziales Wohnungs – und Siedlungswesen in November 2017. The project is aimed at small farmers in Nicaragua and promotes the expansion and construction of small earthquake-resistant houses. As “cafetiero” or “cafetiera”, the apprentices invited guests to an event organised by the Association of Berlin and Brandenburg Housing Companies to a coffee tasting with fair trade coffee from Nicaragua. This generated interest and awareness for the project.