The Königsstuhl - THE landmark of the island of Rügen. The visitor centre of the Jasmund National Park is located here, in the middle of the ancient beech forests, which have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and welcomes 300,000 visitors every year. Here, tourism can be experienced and shaped.
Since 2004, a team of around 40 employees has been working year-round to "make the invisible visible" for its guests. The interactive exhibition, a sophisticated environmental education programme and a varied programme of events provide the basis for a varied workplace in a warm working community.
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"The KÖNIGSSTUHL National Park Centre is a place of work without equal on the island of Rügen - a true place of the world. As a much-regarded company with flat hierarchies that stands out in every respect, we work here with conviction and with a sense of purpose and fun for nature conservation and the region. For our growing offer, we are looking for reinforcements for our dedicated team."
a punctual payment well above minimum wage + Sunday and public holiday bonus + monthly tax-free bonus
... for our outdoor facilities at the KÖNIGSSTUHL National Park Centre and at the UNESCO World Heritage Forum with a focus on woodworking, grounds maintenance and earthworks.
dedicated knowledge transfer on the topics of the national park idea as well as on the habitats of the chalk coast, the Baltic Sea and the forest
organising environmental education events (e.g. short daily tours)
supervising nature conservation and sustainability projects
working with school and travel groups of different ages
Developing and implementing your own projects
a positive, open and communicative charisma
an independent and reliable way of working
creativity, flexibility and ideas
a love of nature and an interest in learning new things and expanding your knowledge
A varied range of tasks with many opportunities for design and development
Short communication channels and flat hierarchies in a young, dynamic team