Join the Rhine-Ruhr 2025 Organizing Committee (OC) team and create unforgettable FISU WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES with us.
SUMMER CUM LAUDE*
A summer with distinction.
In 2025, the world comes to the Rhine and Ruhr to celebrate sports, science and culture. In 5 cities, up to 10,000 athletes and officials from 170 nations will compete for twelve days - in 18 sports. Here standards are set.
The densest university landscape in Europe meets the most sports clubs in Germany' in an exceptionally sports-mad region.
The perfect place for the FISU WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES!
The perfect place for you.
Send us your initative application
Tell us about your skills, knowledge, experience and motivation that you bring to the Rhine-Ruhr 2025 FISU World University Games We are always looking for employees in various functional areas of our constantly growing organization. Whether you are a career starter or have many years of experience - what counts is enthusiasm for international mega sports events, extraordinary commitment, true team spirit and innovative ideas for more than just an ordinary major sports event.
That's why we want you in your uniqueness, just as you are, with all your facets. With us, everyone can be who they want to be and who they are.
We welcome all applications, regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic and social origin, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation and identity. Applications from people with disabilities will be given special consideration if they are equally qualified. As an implementing agency, we strive to specifically promote women for management positions. Therefore, women are strongly encouraged to apply.
Then we should get to know each other!
Please send us your application documents (CV & letter of motivation), stating your earliest possible starting date to firstname.lastname@example.org (maximum file size 5 MB). If you have any technical or organisational queries, you can also contact us by e-mail.
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