Do you still have unanswered questions? Please see the following FAQs. If you have other issues to discuss, please do not hesitate to write to us online at recruiting(at)angermann.de.
Please select a suitable job offer from our website and send your application documents to the relevant person shown in the advertisement. Applications are usually made by email.
It varies from department to department. The Office Leasing Department offers the following on an annual basis:
a) training as qualified real estate professionals at all offices.
b) training as office management professionals in our Hamburg office.
Company director Frank Kerstan, formerly a trainee in the Office Leasing Department in Hamburg, explains the Angermann’s training scheme in a video.
Please get to know our trainees better and see what they have to say about training at Angermann.
This also varies slightly from department to department and office to office. Your application will normally be processed by your point of contact. Depending on circumstances, your application may be assessed by reference to a so-called predictive index (PI), or you may be invited to have a conversation with us (by telephone, video conference or, of course, a personal meeting). In some cases, we may offer an internship or trial workdays prior to making a job offer.
Due to a hectic workload, there may be some delay in replying to applications. You will normally receive a prompt reply explaining what is happening to your application. If you need an urgent response, please do not hesitate to contact the relevant person by email or telephone.
We currently employ a staff of around 200. The ratio of male to female staff members is around 50/50. Nonetheless, we are keen to promote a greater proportion of female staff in our group of companies, especially in professional and management positions. We employ staff across almost the entire working age spectrum, and from various religious and ethnic backgrounds. Everyone is welcome to progress their career with Angermann, irrespective of their age, gender, sexual orientation, physical limitations, or ethnic and religious backgrounds.
Yes and no: most departments and offices in our company still prefer men to dress in a suit and tie and women to dress in a trouser suit or skirt and jacket. But there have been changes in this regard and we no longer have such strict guidelines. The best way is to confirm the dress code with one’s senior management.
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