What does FleishmanHillard offer as an employer?
There are many companies, each one ticks differently, each one has its own goals and demands. Those who look after clients at FleishmanHillard Germany will never experience monotony: the diversity of industries and companies, corporations and startups, international businesses and personal contacts based on trust make every mandate and every day different.
Of course, there is no one predefined career path. Whether horizontal or vertical, the path to professional and personal success is not always the same. And at FleishmanHillard Germany, there are many paths – but only a few predefined ones. Our training programs, based on the competence circle, ensure particularly rapid progress.
Our approach: holistic consulting that focuses on listening instead of knowing better (which is why, as the saying goes, people have two ears, but only one mouth), flexibility in team composition (experts in the subject matter + communications specialists + industry and sector experts) and an attitude that is aptly described as “Can do” – in flat hierarchies and with a common goal.
What newcomers can expect at FleishmanHillard Germany
- Varied tasks with a lot of creative freedom
- Committed and supportive teams with flat hierarchies
- Work in an international environment
- A wide range of development opportunities in one of the world’s leading communication agencies
- Individually tailored further training
- Flexible working hours and home office arrangements
- Subsidy for public transport tickets and pension plan
- Laptop & company cell phone
- Benefits and incentives
FleishmanHillard Germany has a total of four locations across the country – and each have their own appeal. The international flair of Frankfurt, the unmistakable character of Munich, the exciting diversity of Berlin, and the charm of Düsseldorf: where we are, life is raging. To ensure that the different focal points complement each other optimally, we naturally work across locations – but whether the lunch break is spent at the Main, the Spree, the Isar or the Rhine may still make a small difference…
Any questions? Then get in touch with us!