Biological technical assistant (m/f) - Apprenticeship - Germany
Everyone achieves greatness at BioNTech! As one of the most rapidly growing biotechnology companies in Europe, we’re working on revolutionary approaches in the fight against cancer and other diseases. Over 600 dedicated, passionate pioneers achieve sensational success and promising breakthroughs time and again by forging new paths – and ensure people all around the world have hope for the future. You too can become a pioneer!
Will you soon have completed your school education and are you looking for meaningful vocational training with a future? Then find out whether training as a
may be something for you.
Here, you’ll achieve greatness.
- Our training partner at Hochschule Fresenius in Idstein will give you the necessary basics in molecular biology, biotechnology, and chemistry so that you can work with us later in our laboratory.
- English will also be part of your curriculum, because you will need to deal with English scholarly literature again and again to keep up with the latest research both during your training at BioNTech and later on.
- One major focus of your training will also be practical exercises in the laboratory – from precise pipetting and preparing tissue samples all the way to sterile work procedures.
- A four-week internship with us in Mainz and stints in our operations during part of your semester breaks will also add to your laboratory-specific knowledge.
What you have to offer.
- Graduated with at least a high school diploma or certificate deemed to be an equivalent
- Good grades in natural sciences and mathematics
- Particular interest in scientific experimentation
- Good english skills
- Reliability, accuracy
Have we kindled your pioneering spirit?We offer you diverse and practical training, in cooperation with our strong partner, Fresenius University in Idstein. Find out more on www.become-a-pioneer.de.
If you have any further questions, Elma Köller will be happy to answer them on + 49 (0) 6131-9084-1291 (monday-friday, 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.).