Newcomers

As a newcomer, you can join Dussmann Service as a specialist or as an operative. You can take part in a trainee program or start work in a field of work that is new to you.


First Steps

If you are taking your first steps in a new field, you can learn a great deal at Dussmann Service. Due the wide scope of our services and the company’s many years of experience, there is a range of tasks awaiting you and within short time you will gain both professional and personal experience. You don’t necessarily need specific training or a diploma. At Dussmann Service, there are many who have chosen a less traditional career path and who have benefitted from the further training opportunities at the Dussmann Campus and the Kursana Akademie and who have developed from a newcomer to a qualified member of staff.


Without Vocational Training

At Dussmann Service, there are operative jobs in the service divisions cleaning catering, security and technical services. We are happy to welcome those who have completed and apprenticeship but this is not a prerequisite. If you not have been able to complete your apprenticeship, you can still send us your application. Dussmann Service takes part in the program JOBLINGE which supports young adults aged between 15 and 24 who have not yet found a job or an apprenticeship.

You can also join Dussmann Service if you come from a different field of operations. Our wide range of initial and further training guarantee that you will soon be proficient in your new occupation.

FAQs

Do you have questions about the application process? Have a look at our frequently asked questions to see if the answers are there.

Trainee Programs

The Dussmann Service trainee program offers an especially flexible start to work. Taking part provides you with a great deal of work experience within a short time. We establish trainee programs in sales and in the service divisions, catering, cleaning security and technical services when there are projects suitable to accommodate one.

Code of Conduct

The code of conduct describes the Dussmann principles as a set of unambiguous and binding rules which serve as guidelines in our decisions and our business dealings.