Human Resources Student Assistant

Climate Analytics gGmbH

About Climate Analytics
Climate Analytics is a non-profit climate science and policy institute, established in 2008. We are based in Berlin (Germany) with offices in New York (USA), Lomé (Togo) and Perth (Australia) with staff and associates across Europe, South America, Australia, Africa and Asia. The institute’s mission is to synthesise and advance scientific knowledge in the area of climate change and on this basis provide support and capacity building to stakeholders.

Climate Analytics is a team of scientists and policy analysts with long experience in the international climate change debate. The team is backed by its own and co-developed science-based models to assess and synthesise climate science. By linking scientific and policy analysis, we provide state-of-the-art solutions to global and national climate change policy challenges. Through its unique position at the interface between science, policy and practice, and with its excellent international networks, Climate Analytics provides an exciting working environment with exceptional opportunities for the professional and personal development of each employee.

Job Description:
We are currently seeking a Human Resources Student Assistant to support our Global Operations Team up to 20 hours a week. The position is based in Berlin.

As Human Resources Student Assistant, you will be supporting our Global Operations Team with a wide variety of tasks:
  • You will assist the Human Resources Manager in all general tasks and support the staff in all HR matters in Berlin, New York, Lome, Perth and worldwide.
  • Our international recruitment processes are supported by you. This means that you will publish open positions on our website and external platforms. You will arrange and support with the preparation of job interviews.
  • You will draft contracts, certificates and other documents based on templates.
  • You will take care of the accurate preparation of all payroll documents (the payroll itself is done by an external provider) and you are responsible for the correct filing of all personnel documents.
  • You have the opportunity to support and collaborate in various strategic HR projects.

We offer:
  • A job with purpose. With us you will work in a team of engaged people and with your skills you can make a positive contribution to our work in the field of climate change.
  • A positive and inspiring working atmosphere in an international team in Berlin. Our office is located near Moritzplatz in the heart of the lively Kreuzberg, surrounded by a dynamic startup scene.
  • For the time being, we offer a contract limited to one year. There is a prospect of extension and we are interested in a long-term cooperation.
  • We will refund your Semesterticket.
  • You are currently a Bachelor/Master Student in the field of Business Administration, Communications, Psychology or in a comparable field of study, with a focus on Human Resources and you have at least 1.5 years of study ahead of you.
  • You have strong organizational and problem-solving skills with high attention to detail and accuracy.
  • You have a high level of integrity and discretion in handling confidential information.
  • Previous experience in human resources, recruiting or operations and experience in an international work environment is a plus.
  • You are fluent in English and have good German language skills, French is a plus.
  • You are a Team player who is also able to work independently

Deadline: 11 December 2019
Starting date: 13 Januar 2020
Location: Berlin
Terms: 20 hours per week. Fixed term one year contract with possibility of extension.
Other requirements: Student and EU citizen or existing work permit

For further information send your questions via email to
Please apply by 11 December exclusively using the application form. Applications by email or by post can unfortunately not be processed. Interviews will likely be scheduled in the week of 16 December.
Climate Analytics gGmbH
Ritterstr. 3
10969 Berlin
Claudia Neumann
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