Some great reasons for working at Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH
Staff at Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH get to rely on an organisation that takes its responsibility as an employer very seriously. Despite the size of this hospital and the highest possible level of care that it offers, the focus is still placed on the individual employee.
In the medical units, staff are employed under the collective agreement for doctors at municipal hospitals in the sectors served by the association of municipal employers' associations (TV-Ärzte/VKA). This collective agreement is negotiated between the municipal employers' associations and the Marburg Union.
In addition, our staff can also take part in projects, actions or seminars. For instance, the 'Cycle to work' campaign is promoted annually and attracts a considerable number of participants. Seminars on well-being, such as "Eating consciously and feeling good at the right weight" or the seminar "Living with more awareness as a shift worker" are also on the agenda.
Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH cooperates with the kindergarten/day care centre from Bavarian Red Cross in Bayreuth. Childcare places are available here for staff from Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH. And what is certainly an important piece of information for parents with smaller children: every child in Bayreuth has the right to a place at a kindergarten. The attendance rate for day and after-school care centres is excellent. Bayreuth also has more than 80 playing fields and football grounds.
For the occupational pension scheme, which is secured in Bavaria by the supplementary pension fund of the municipalities in Bavaria, the employer pays monthly costs which - consisting of the levy and contribution including tax and social security expenses - amounts to approximately one additional month's pay. In addition to twelve monthly wage payments and the thirteenth monthly payment in the form of the annual special payment, employees in the public sector therefore benefit from an additional month's wage, which is granted continuously for public sector occupational pension schemes.
Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH offers its employees a broad range of free services within the scope of occupational health management. You can find more information on this here.
Family-friendly and flexible working hours are a real boon for both employer and staff. Public sector collective agreements offer a high degree of flexibility compared to other areas covered by collective bargaining. Your future employer is very open to the concept of flexible working hours. Simply contact us if you are interested!
Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH is very open in this regard and attempts to fulfil the wishes of its staff fully at all times.
Flexible options for organising your working hours in line with your workload through part-time employment increase the attractiveness of municipal public services, foster staff motivation and contribute to an increase in the efficiency of public service employers.
Part-time employment also facilitates the return to work after family interruptions. Staff benefit from their individual working hours being arranged according to their personal needs.
In addition to the wide range of in-house training opportunities on offer, each specialist department and the Nursing Directorate receive their own training budget which they can freely use. Staff who are qualified at the highest level are our most important asset. This is why Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH loves to invests in its staff.
As one of the largest employers in Upper Franconia, Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH offers excellent opportunities for further development and qualification in practically all areas. Would you like to develop yourself further? Our specially established Personnel Development staff department will be happy to assist you in this endeavour!
The Federal Holiday Act (BUrlG) provides for leave entitlement of 20 days for a 5-day working week. The public sector exceeds this statutory minimum by a long way. For a 5-day working week, you receive 30 days of leave a year. If you work rotating shifts, day shifts and night shifts, up to 6 days of additional leave can be granted.
You also have the possibility of receiving unpaid leave if you have an important reason for taking it, e.g. when you need to care for children or relatives.
The health industry is booming. Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH also succeeded in increasing its turnover last year and is planning to increase the number of scheduled beds at the Hohe Warte site. As a maximum care provider in Upper Franconia, Klinikum Bayreuth GmbH offers you a crisis-proof workplace in a continuously evolving sector.