Details about work in Germany

Job Description

  • Your trip to the German employer


    Your departure from Romania is done on your own.

    If you want transport assistance you can contact us.


    Your employment contract in Germany


    Most German companies offer an unlimited work contract with a trial period of three months. Exceptions are the tourist areas in the gastro-hotel field, where seasonal hires are made from March to November.

    The employment contract is signed upon your arrival, directly with the German employer, and the salary is charged according to the German labor code, depending on the branch and qualification.

    There is no wage difference between German and foreign employees.


    The documents required for employment


    Identity document.

    Graduation diploma of the specialized school depending on the position you wish to occupy (in original).

    For those who have worked in Germany, it is necessary to present the tax number (Steuernummer) and the social insurance number (Sozialversicherungsnummer).

    These identification numbers are unique and are received once in a lifetime and are issued by the German Ministry of Finance.


    Payroll procedure


    Most German employers carry out the payment statements of the employees at external accounting firms, where the individual payment statement is calculated and issued.

    The salary is paid between 01 and 12 of the month, the exact date being different depending on the employer.


    Payment of monthly salaries


    Your salary is paid only once a month by bank transfer.

    In order to pay your salary, you need to open a euro account in Germany.

    The bank account can only be opened by presenting your ID, along with the proof from the city hall where you are listed with the address in Germany.


    Overtime and salary increases


    They are paid with one month offset.

    For example, the extra hours realized in January will be paid immediately with the salary collected for February at the beginning of March, so the salary taken at the beginning of February will be represented by the work done in January without the extra hours, and at the beginning of March it will be those extra hours in January will be collected.



    Your accommodation


    The accommodation of each employee is insured by the German employer for a fee. A staff room can be occupied by one or two persons depending on the employer. Rooms range from € 160 to € 350. At the sum of 350 € there are single studios with kitchen and single bathroom. Light heat and other costs are included in the price.

  • The positions offered are in elderly care centers in the northern region of Germany - Ostfriesland with a capacity of between 40 and 90 patients.

    Most employers do not provide this equipment.


    Your employment contract in Germany


    Most German companies offer an unlimited work contract with a trial period of three months. Exceptions are the tourist areas in the gastro-hotel area where they are employed

    per season from March to November.

    The employment contract is signed upon your arrival, directly with the German employer.


    The documents required for employment


    Identity document.

    For those who have worked in Germany, it is necessary to present the tax number (Steuernummer) and the social insurance number (Sozialversicherungsnummer).

    These identification numbers are unique and are received once in a lifetime and are issued by the German Ministry of Finance.


    Payroll procedure


    Most German employers carry out the payment statements of the employees at external accounting firms, where the individual payment statement is calculated and issued.

    Your salary is paid only once a month by bank transfer.

    In order to pay your salary, you need to open a euro account in Germany.

    The bank account can only be opened by presenting your ID, along with the proof from the city hall where you are listed with the address in Germany.


    Working hours


    It works in shifts in the morning or in the afternoon 48.5 hours per week.

    Overtime and salary increases


    They are paid with one month offset.

    Job requirements


    Responsibilities for current care and patient supervision:

    Identify current care problems according to needs.

    Provides and participates in general care for the toilet, changing bed position, undressing and dressing, bedding, changing linen whenever necessary.

    Monitoring, recording and reporting the values of the vital, vegetative functions of the patient (temperature, pulse, TA, respiration, diuresis, chair, vomiting, expectoration, body weight, waist) in the temperature sheet.

    Surveillance of patient behavior.

    Participation in the visit and medical examination, noting the recommendations made by the doctor in the visit book of the section / compartment regarding medical care.

    Inform the attending doctor / on-call doctor about changing the patient's condition whenever necessary.

    Monitoring, recording and reporting to the doctor / guardian, the appearance of pathological manifestations, secondary reactions of the administered drug substance.


    Responsibilities for patient nutrition


    Know the general principles of hydration and nutrition of the patient.

    Know the goals and types of diet regimens.

    Knows the classification of regimes by composition, consistency, temperature, schedule of administration, action on pH, therapeutic results and residues.

    It knows the food needs and establishes general measures for hydration and nourishment, as indicated.

    Knows the schedule and distribution of meals, food, depending on the general and particular condition of the patient (artificial, passive, active feeding).

    Maintains the hydroelectrolyte balance.

    Notify electrolytic changes to the attending physician / on-call doctor.

    Educates the patient and family about the diet prescribed by the doctor (eg diet restrictions), the goals of diet regimes and dietary behavior.

  • The positions offered by Medialjob are in 3.4 and 5 star resorts or restaurants in northern and central Germany.


    Your employment contract in Germany


    Most German companies offer an unlimited work contract with a trial period of three months. Exceptions are the tourist areas in the gastro-hotel area where there are seasonal jobs from March to November.

    The employment contract is signed upon your arrival, directly with the German employer.


    The documents required for employment


    Identity card.

    Graduate diploma of cook school.

    For those who have worked in Germany, it is necessary to present the tax number (Steuernummer) and the social insurance number (Sozialversicherungsnummer)

    These identification numbers are unique and are given once in a lifetime and are issued by the German Ministry of Finance.


    Working hours


    It works in morning or afternoon shifts depending on the employer between 176 and 192 hours per month.

    There is the possibility of extra hours.


    Payroll procedure


    Most German employers carry out the payment statements of the employees at external accounting firms where the individual payment status is calculated and issued.

    The salary is always paid between 01 and 12 of the month, the exact date being different depending on the employer.

    Your salary is paid once a month, being paid only by bank transfer.

    To pay your salary it is necessary to open an account in euro in Germany. The bank account can only be opened by presenting your ID, along with the proof from the city hall where you are listed with the address in Germany.


    Overtime and salary increases


    They are paid with one month offset. For example, the extra hours realized in January will be paid once with the salary collected for February at the beginning of March. So the salary taken at the beginning of February will be represented by the work done in January without the extra hours, and at the beginning of March those extra hours from January will be collected.

    Overtime can be paid extra or given free depending on how many hours you have.

    Please ask the German employer how to do this.


    Your accommodation


    The accommodation of each employee is insured by the German employer for a fee. A staff room can be occupied by one or two persons depending on the employer. Rooms range from € 160 to € 350.

    For the sum of 350 € there are single studios with kitchen and single bathroom. Light heat and other costs are included in the price.


    Details of the functions of the chefs


    KITCHEN COMMISSIONER (YOUNG COOKER)

    Salary 1,620.00-1,850.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    German language minimum A1,

    Experience in gastronomy minimum 3 months in the kitchen,

    Cook qualification.


    duties:


    Is it all the beginning, not for a Commis de Cuisine? This job actually offers the perfect opportunity to get a "taste of the kitchen" and implicitly an experience in all sectors of the kitchen. The young chef is offered a job in the kitchen, being able to choose from a wide range of different types of preparation of preparations for garnishes (Commis d'Entremétier), sauces (Commis de Saucier) and until the preparation and arrangement of cold products ( Clerk of Gardemanger).

    He is also responsible for other tasks assigned to him in the different sectors of the kitchen.

    Commis de Cuisine, although he must comply with and perform the tasks received from his superiors, namely: Chef de Partie (Head Chef of the department), Sous Chef (Deputy Chef) and Chef de Cuisine (Chef chef throughout the department However, he already assumes the first management duties.

    He can independently manage his position in the restaurant or kitchen of the hotel and can already teach the students from the culinary schools that practice.

    The young chef is very busy, among other things helping with the creation of menus, as well as the ordering of products and inventory. In addition, he is also responsible for maintaining cleanliness in the area where he operates.


    DEPARTMENT CHIEF / DEPARTMENT CHIEF

    Salary 2,100.00-2,450.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    German language minimum A2,

    English A2,

    Experience in gastronomy at least 3 years in the kitchen including at least one year in luxury restaurants,

    Chef's diploma, and experience in German, Austrian or Swiss cuisine.


    duties:


    The term Party Chef means department head chef. This position is mainly found in larger kitchens and ranks third in the kitchen hierarchy, after Sous Chef (deputy chef) and Chef de Cuisine (chef throughout the kitchen department). Chef de Partie is responsible for both the well-organized workflow in his kitchen department, as well as the quality assurance and control, such as tasting, control of the dishes and cleaning of his department. In addition, he is responsible for preparing the apprentices in the kitchen, as well as for cooking the dishes during the service.

    His duties include not only the management of his department, the distribution of labor and order, as well as the care of his goods. He also needs to get involved in the set-up of the menu, his creative ideas representing support for the chef and his deputy.

    Before competing for the position of Chef de Partie and occupying a key position in the kitchen sector, the department head chef goes through a three-year apprenticeship, accumulating an experience related to a chef in luxury restaurants. Once you have accumulated a certain professional experience and it has been proven that this position you master both culinary

    as well as organizationally, there is a chance to compete for the position of Chef de Partie.

    The requirements for the position of Head of Party are: motivation, team spirit, organizational and leadership skills, as well as enthusiasm.


    SUB CHIEF / DEPUTY BUDGET CHIEF

    Salary 2.200.00-3.150.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    Chef diploma,

    German language minimum B2,

    Experience in gastronomy at least 5 years, of which at least 3 years in luxury restaurants and at least one year in western European luxury restaurants,

    HACCP Hygiene Knowledge / The basis of the hygiene and food safety management system.


    duties:


    The word "sous" is derived from French and means "sub" in Romanian. In the hierarchy of the kitchen brigade, it is the second position after the chef. Sous Chef is involved as well as the chef in administrative processes such as: ordering products, purchasing them and planning the staff. The deputy chef-chef, along with the chef-chef, also writes the menu and recipes.

    Sous Chef's career usually starts after the chef has graduated from school for 3 years, worked as a Commis de Cuisine, then as a Chef de Partie, and has gained extensive experience in the field.

    Of course, not only the superior cooking skills and a strong creative vision are necessary for this job, but also a whole host of other skills, such as planning and organizing the staff, as well as purchasing the necessary kitchen products and goods.


    KITCHEN HEAD

    Salary 2.970-3.900.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    Chef diploma,

    German language minimum C1,

    conversational English,

    Experience in gastronomy minimum 10 years, of which minimum 5 years in luxury restaurants and minimum 3 years in western European luxury restaurants.

    HACCP hygiene certificate / Basic of the hygiene and food safety management system.


    duties:


    The chef manages the entire kitchen brigade, coordinates the kitchen events, and is responsible for the background administrative tasks such as: ordering the goods, checking the delivered products, determining what appears in the menu and preparing the menu book. The chef's support is Sous Chef who is his deputy. As a master in the field of food and beverages, the chef, passes on his knowledge to his subordinates. Therefore, he is also responsible for educating young chefs and trainees.

    As the supreme link in the kitchen hierarchy, Chef de Cuisine collaborates with all departments of a hotel or restaurant to ensure a regular and continuous flow. It can be subordinated to the F&B manager and the kitchen manager (in the case of catering units that have several subordinate kitchens).

    The position of Chef de Cuisine requires in addition to a long experience in the kitchen, and the ability to motivate employees, to properly delegate skills, to have organizational talent, to dedicate to work and to prove a great resistance to stress.

    And last but not least: the passion for the job. In the best case, a cook does not see his work as a profession, but as a vocation.

    Chef de Cuisine is responsible for the entire area of the kitchen, from the production of all the preparations and dishes from a business and food hygiene perspective, to the whole process of purchasing the products and utilities, to the supervision of the subordinates regarding the observance of the instructions contained in the Regulation looking

    food hygiene and the Law on protection against infections.

    He advises and supports the sales department in all aspects of food and manages his department in accordance with the company's guidelines.

  • Your employment contract in Germany


    Most German companies offer an unlimited term employment contract with a trial period of three months, except for the tourist areas in the gastro-hotel field, where the hirings are made during the season from March to November.

    The employment contract is signed upon your arrival, directly with the German employer.


    The documents required for employment


    The identity card,

    The diploma of graduation of the gastronomy school, for the candidates who opt for the post of assistant head of hall or head of hall,

    For people who have worked in Germany before, it is necessary to present both the tax number (Steuernummer) and the social insurance number (Sozialversicherungsnummer). These identification numbers are unique and are received once in their lifetime, being issued by the German Ministry of Finance.


    Payroll procedure


    Most German employers carry out the payment statements of the employees at external accounting firms where the individual payment statement is calculated and issued.

    The salary is always paid between 01 and 12 of the month, the exact date being different depending on the employer.

    Your salary is paid once a month, being sent only by bank transfer. In order to pay your salary, you need to open a euro account in Germany. The bank account can only be opened by presenting your ID, along with the proof from the city hall where you are listed with the address in Germany.


    Working hours


    It works in morning or afternoon shifts depending on the employer. Between 176 and 194 hours per month with the possibility of working overtime.


    Overtime and salary increases


    They are paid with one month offset. For example, the extra hours realized in January will be paid once with the salary collected for February at the beginning of March. So the salary taken at the beginning of February will be represented by the work done in January without the extra hours, and at the beginning of March those extra hours from January will be collected.


    Your accommodation


    The accommodation of each employee is insured by the German employer for a fee. A staff room can be occupied by one or two persons depending on the employer. Rooms range from € 160 to € 350. At the sum of 350 € there are single studios with kitchen and single bathroom. Light heat and other costs are included in the price.


    Details of the waiters functions


    RANGE COMMISSIONER

    Salary 1,680.00-1,850.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:

    German language minimum A2,

    Experience in gastronomy minimum 3 months in customer service.


    duties:


    Commis de Rang works on instructions, is responsible for Mise en Place at his post, does all the service, covers the table and is also responsible for table napkins and cutlery. In addition, Commis de Rang sends orders to the kitchen and assists Demi Chef de Rang and Chef de Rang in their activities.


    HALF HEAD OF RANGE

    Salary 1,920.00-2,150.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    German language minimum B1,

    Diploma of graduation from the gastronomy school,

    Experience in gastronomy at least 1 year in the customer service in the gastro-hotel field.


    duties:


    Demi Chef de Rang is subordinate to the position of chief of the boardroom and superior in the service hierarchy for Commis de Rang. He receives guests, makes recommendations and receives orders. If the restaurant does not have a sommelier, Demi Chef de Rang takes this position and makes recommendations for wine. Together with the Chef de Rang and Commis de Rang, Demi Chef de Rang places the cutlery, serving bread, drinks and food at the table. In addition, threading, carving and flaming are part of his job.


    HEAD OF RANGE

    Salary 2.200.00-2.530.00 Gross Euro.


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    German language minimum B2,

    Diploma of graduation from the gastronomy school,

    Experience in gastronomy at least 3 years when serving the client in the gastro-hotel field, of which at least one year in hotels of at least 4 stars. Knowledge of international wines.


    duties:


    In gastronomy, a head chef is usually responsible for an entire station within the restaurant. He receives guests, makes recommendations and receives orders. If the restaurant does not have its own sommelier, Chef de Rang also assumes this position and makes recommendations for wine. Together with Demi Chef de Rang and Commis de Rang, Chef de Rang sits cutlery, serving bread, drinks and table food. In addition, threading, carving and flaming are part of his job.


    RESTAURANT MANAGER

    Salary 2.900.00- 3.800.00 Gross Euro


    Minimum requirements for employment:


    German language minimum C1,

    Diploma of graduation of the gastronomy school, especially in

    luxury gastronomy, a restaurant manager must have successfully completed a training course as a hotel or restaurant specialist, as well as a hotel or tourism school. In addition, a restaurant manager is expected to have many years of practical experience in a managerial position. Also, in terms of language skills, the restaurant manager should know a little more than just a few English words. The manager must also have a minimum of 5 years of gastronomy experience in serving the client in the gastro-hotel field, of which a minimum of 3 years in hospitality and a minimum of 4 stars. And knowledge of international sommelier is part of his duties.


    duties:


    The restaurant manager is responsible for the operation of the restaurant. Its tasks are very diverse, namely, from management, staff planning, customer service and until the preparation of the culinary offer together with the chef and the sommelier. With its charming style, the restaurant manager is in the center of attention and is the point of contact with the guests. Even when faced with various conflicts, a manager

    The restaurant must always maintain its calm and solve problems quickly in accordance with the restaurant's ethics. Depending on the structure of the restaurant's employees, the purchases, the quality control and the proper storage of the products, represents

    also some of its competences.

  • The positions offered are in elderly care centers in the northern region of Germany - Ostfriesland with a capacity of between 40 and 90 patients.

    At the workplace you must have white equipment (white shoes or shoes, white pants, white shirt).

    Most employers do not provide this equipment.


    Your employment contract in Germany


    Most German companies offer an unlimited work contract with a trial period of three months. Exceptions are the tourist areas in the gastro-hotel area where they are employed

    per season from March to November.

    The employment contract is signed upon your arrival, directly with the German employer.


    The documents required for employment


    Identity document.

    Graduation diploma of the medical school translated into German and legalized.

    For those who have worked in Germany, it is necessary to present the tax number (Steuernummer) and the social insurance number (Sozialversicherungsnummer).

    These identification numbers are unique and are received once in a lifetime and are issued by the German Ministry of Finance.


    Recognition of the nursing diploma in Germany / Diplom Annerkennung


    In order to obtain the recognition of your nursing diploma in the territory of Germany it is necessary first to be employed with a legal employment contract at a healthcare institution or an elderly care center and to have an address in Germany through the evidence from the City Hall where you have been registered. At the same time, depending on the level of German you speak, the employer will enroll you in a German language school where you will complete a first test. In addition to the ones mentioned above, you should also graduate from the German language school with the B2 mark. Until you obtain the B2 certificate, the German employer will hire you as a nurse in the period of recognition with a lower salary, which is depending on the employer between 2,100.00 and 2,400.00 Euro, being part of the German language level you are talking about.


    List of documents required for the recognition of the nursing diploma


    German type application.

    Graduation diploma of the school of nurses translated and legalized in German.

    German level B2 certificate at an authorized school in Germany.

    Certificate of conformity of the diploma translated and legalized.

    Declaration on your own responsibility that you do not have a criminal file translated and legalized in German.

    Certificate from the institution where you work in which it is mentioned that you have a contract of employment with the position of nurse during the recognition period.


    Payroll procedure


    Most German employers carry out the payment statements of the employees at external accounting firms, where the individual payment statement is calculated and issued.

    The salary is paid between 01 and 12 of the month, the exact date being different depending on the employer.

    Your salary is paid only once a month by bank transfer.

    In order to pay your salary, you need to open a euro account in Germany.

    The bank account can only be opened by presenting your ID, along with the proof from the city hall where you are listed with the address in Germany.


    Working hours

    It works in shifts in the morning or in the afternoon 48.5 hours per week.

    Possibility of extra hours.


    Overtime and salary increases


    They are paid with one month offset.

    For example, the extra hours realized in January will be paid immediately with the salary collected for February at the beginning of March, so the salary taken at the beginning of February will be represented by the work done in January without the extra hours, and at the beginning of March it will be those extra hours in January will be collected.


    Job requirements


    Responsibilities for current care and patient supervision:


    Identify current care problems according to needs.

    Establish priorities, elaborate and implement the plan of patient care activities according to the autonomous and delegated role.

    Provides and participates in general care for the toilet, changing bed position, undressing and dressing, bedding, changing linen whenever necessary.

    Monitoring, recording and reporting the values of the vital, vegetative functions of the patient (temperature, pulse, TA, respiration, diuresis, chair, vomiting, expectoration, body weight, waist) in the temperature sheet.

    Surveillance of patient behavior.

    Participation in the visit and medical examination, noting the recommendations made by the doctor in the visit book of the section / compartment regarding medical care.

    Inform the attending doctor / on-call doctor about changing the patient's condition whenever necessary.

    Monitoring, recording and reporting to the doctor / guardian, the appearance of pathological manifestations, secondary reactions of the administered drug substance.


    Responsibilities for patient nutrition


    Know the general principles of hydration and nutrition of the patient.

    Know the goals and types of diet regimens.

    Knows the classification of regimes by composition, consistency, temperature, schedule of administration, action on pH, therapeutic results and residues.

    It knows the food needs and establishes general measures for hydration and nourishment, as indicated.

    Knows the schedule and distribution of meals, food, depending on the general and particular condition of the patient (artificial, passive, active feeding).

    Maintains the hydroelectrolyte balance.

    Notify electrolytic changes to the attending physician / on-call doctor.

    Educates the patient and family about the diet prescribed by the doctor (eg diet restrictions), the goals of diet regimes and dietary behavior.


    Administrative responsibilities for nurses


    Provides security and intervention measures of the department to avoid any accidents, accidents: medical equipment and machinery, electrical equipment, methane gas sources, oxygen sources, disinfectants, fires and natural disasters.

    Responsible for the record, record and keeping of the results, investigations in the patient observation sheet.

    Responsible for the correctness of the data they record in the patient observation sheet, service report or other documents.

    Responsible for the delivery / taking of the medicinal substances written on condic by the complete distribution according to the prescription.

    He is responsible for completing the statement of drug substances.

    Responsible for the sanitary materials and consumables by judicious use recorded in the registry of the emergency apparatus, when appropriate and in the statement of account.

    Ensures and is responsible for maintaining and using the instrumentation of the equipment, the soft inventory and the existing furniture.

    Supervise and control the order and cleanliness of the sector where they operate.

    Notifies the occurrence of defects occurring in the sanitary, electrical, gas, oxygen thermal installations in order to remedy them.

    Participates and fulfills the obligations regarding waste management resulting from medical activity for collection, packaging, labeling and transport at the collection point.

    Supervise and control the conduct of the visit of the attendants according to the internal order regulation.

    Supervise and coordinate the activities of the subordinate staff.

    Performs and communicates daily patient records

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