30 years Student Job Office

Our Student Job Office will celebrate its 30th anniversary. Therefore, we would like to cordially invite you to our anniversary celebration on 05 July 2022.

Personal consultation hours with appointment booking

During office hours the Job Office is available in Goethestraße 6. For a short consultation to unlock your profile or for questions about job offers please book an appointment via our appointment booking tool. Updating your certificate of study can be done independently in your profile. To activate your profile after uploading, please send us an e-mail. Furthermore the placement process will take place digitally.

We kindly ask you to wear a medical mask to the appointment and to cancel the appointment if you have cold symptoms.

Information for Students*

Please read the Guideline of Studentenwerk Leipzig's Student Job Office.

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Are you interested in a job offered on our job portal? We compiled the most important facts for you in the following steps. For information about employers, please read further down below on this page.

Here you can find our English instruction sheet "Four steps to getting a student job"

1. Register online

To use the job portal, it is required that the person looking for a job is enrolled properly at a university or academy in Leipzig, for which Studentenwerk Leipzig provides its services. If a job cannot be placed with students in Leipzig, students from other public German universities may indicate their interest. The certificate of enrolment of the current semester serves as proof.

Who meets this requirement can register with our job portal. For step-by-step instructions on the registration, please read here. Personal details and documents are required for the registration (see next question: "Which documents are required?").

2. Activation of your profile

A newly created profile is activated once by the student job office. To do so, either use our office hours on site and book an appointment via the scheduling tool or send us a scan of your ID card or passport by e-mail. Please be sure to include your student ID for that purpose.

The current confirmation of enrollment must be registered in the user account every semester. If you registered a new certificate of enrollment, please write us a brief e-mail so that we can update your profile.

3. Find a job match

You will find all job offers that the job office is in charge of in our job portal. When choosing a job, it is important to carefully check whether you can actually comply with the necessary requirements and working hours.

After your profile has been activated, you can be placed for the jobs offered in our portal by clicking the “Start placement process” button.

When you started the placement process for a job offer, the system will automatically send us an e-mail. You do not have to contact us additionally, but you are obliged to contact the employer after the placement.

4. Contact the employer

After you were assigned with a job, you will be given the employer’s contact data and have to contact the employer by yourself.

At the same time, your contact details will be forwarded to the employer. From that time, the employer expects you to contact him or her. Therefore, you should better think twice whether or not you want to accept the job.

5. Give Feedback

To improve the quality of our job offers and represent the placement process in a transparent way, students are given the opportunity to rate employers. This function will be unlocked in the online job office only after the employer confirmed that the student contacted him or her. If the employer has submitted the confirmation, please inform us in this regard and we will unlock the feedback function for you.

Simply leaf through our job offers. May be you will find a job! We look forward to your visit!

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Please bring:

Students from member states of the European Union have to present the following documents:

  • Current certificate of enrolment – if not uploaded already on the job portal (student card on its own is not sufficient)
  • ID card or passport

Students from countries that are no member of the European Union have to bring the following documents in addition to the documents above:

  • Residence permit – if not uploaded already on the job portal
  • Work permit – if not uploaded already on the job portal

You have to present to the employer:

  • Certificate of enrolment
  • ID card or passport, if applicable together with residence permit and work permit
  • Health insurance chip card
  • Income tax ID
  • Social security card
  • Bank details

Note:

  • Students on leave of absence,
  • Doctoral students,
  • Part-time students as well as
  • Participants in German language classes and preparatory colleges

are not regarded as properly enrolled in terms of social insurance.

Improperly enrolled students are subject to social insurance contribution!

For further information on the subject of working and studying, please refer to the website of Deutsches Studentenwerk.

Information on Data Protection
Personal data are requested at the student job office and the job portal of Studentenwerk. For more information on how the data are used at the student job office of the Studentenwerk Leipzig read the information on use of personal data.

*If you are not a student and are interested in jobs at, please refer to our Jobs & Career website.


Information for employers (by companies and private households)

Are you a company or private household and want to place a side job for students via the job office of Studentenwerk Leipzig? Just do this:

If you have any questions, please contact the job office.


Who We Are

Ms. Pianski-Lehmann

Job Agent
+49 341 9659-630
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Ute Otto

Ms. Otto

Job Agent
+49 341 9659-630
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Questions & Answers

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It is technically impossible to enter “from now”. This why a date in the past is shown, which is usually the day the ad was published and the earliest possible date to start the job. That does not mean the job is not available anymore.

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You can get a maximum of three job offers. You should have the opportunity to contact the employer and/or to submit your application.

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For such jobs, either the quota of placements is exhausted, but since experience has shown that not all placements lead to a hire, it is always worthwhile to ask the job office again as long as the job is posted.

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Interesting jobs for students are often advertised as self-employed work, e.g. freelance work and you have to consider several challenges in this regard. On our information sheet we provide the most important general information on that subject without making any claim to completeness. If you have any further questions, you are welcome to come to our Social Counselling department for a personal consultation.


Where to find us

You can access the student job office from the outside via a separate staircase to the right of SSZ.

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