Job profiles in the public service

Lecture session: "Equal Opportunities" - Working in the Public Service

Tue, 05.09. | 10.50 a.m. – 12.50 p.m. | Lessing hall

On Tuesday morning, the Division of Chemists in Civil Service will organize a lecture program as part of the career days and provide information on the diverse activities of chemists in public service. This year, four chemists report on their work and their situation in public service under the heading "Equal Opportunities".

Anyone who thinks that there are only files to rummage through and regulations to check is completely wrong. Four chemists provide insights into their exciting fields of work:

Lecturers** lecture title
dr Ute Resch-Genger
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin

women in science

Miss Dr. Franziska Luschtinetz
KASSELWASSER - Own operation of the city

Tatort Klo - What does a chemist do in a sewage treatment plant

Dipl.-Ing. Clemens Magerkurth
Federal Office for Infrastructure, Environmental Protection and Services of the Federal Armed Forces, Kiel

Chemistry and Bundeswehr - Jobs for Occupational safety and chemical safety

dr Susanne Rehn-Taube
Deutsches Museum Munich, Department of Chemistry

Women in Science from a Historical Perspective

After the lectures, lively discussions can be held and individual questions can be asked.

Take advantage of the unique opportunity to experience first-hand what perspectives public service offers.

** The order may vary within the session (10.50 a.m. - 12.50 p.m.).  

Note: Subject to change!

Supporting program of the career days

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