I am officially entitled to asylum (according to the Geneva Refugee Convention), or granted subsidiary protection

I am officially entitled to asylum (according to the Geneva Refugee Convention), or granted subsidiary protection

The University of Innsbruck can support persons, officially entitled to asylum according the Geneva Refugee Convention and those granted subsidiary protection, with developing new future perspectives and getting in touch with other people and is also able to offer assistance with the (re)entry into the labor market.

In addition to the offerings in the section for asylum seekers depending on individual language skills (see “I am an asylum seeker”), we would like to invite you to make use of the following platforms:

Job offerings

What is that?

The University of Innsbruck is one of the largest employers in Tyrol and invites those granted subsidiary protection and asylum to apply for the job offerings announced on the career portal fitting to the individual qualifications.

The payment is in accordance with the collective agreement of the universities.

What do I have to bring along?

Residence permit (subsidiary protection, entitlement to asylum)

Qualification fitting the announced position

Where do I receive more information?

  Find job offerings here:
Career portal

 

Further offerings for voluntary arrangements “Voluntariate” and job trainings

What is that?

The University of Innsbruck is in an active cooperation with “refugeeswork.at“. You may use this platform free of charge and without a limit.

Next to other employers also the University of Innsbruck informs about free positions on this platform.

What do I have to bring along?

Residence permit (subsidiary protection, entitlement to asylum)

Qualification fitting the position

Where do I receive more information?

  Find further job offerings, job trainings and voluntary arrangements here:
www.refugeeswork.at