You can register at the following link: www.swfr.de/serviceportal
After you have registered, please come into the Infoladen Freiburg or Studentenbuchhandlung Offenburg with your current Student ID and Personal ID. For foreign students from non-EU/EEA countries please bring your passport as well as your electronic residence permit card (eAT-Karte) with the supplement.
We have everything from short-term to long-term jobs requiring experience or no experience. We receive different jobs daily including retail, office and warehouse work.
The Studierendenwerk offers a job intermediation service to employers and students free of charge.
You must be able to provide proof that you have completed either the allowed 180 full-days or 240 half-days.
Please note: A half-day of work is considered to last no more than four hours if regular employees work eight hours for a full-day. A half-day is considered to last five hours if regular employees work ten hours for a full-day. Part-time work positions that do not have time-restrictions are those at a university or closely affiliated with a university (i.e. Studierendenwerk). Positions that go beyond that need approval from the worker’s administration office (Arbeitsbehörde).
You can find more information about the electronic application for the electronic residence permit card (eAT-Karte) here: http://www.bamf.de/SharedDocs/Anlagen/EN/Publikationen/Broschueren/broschuere-eat-a5.pdf?__blob=publicationFile
You may work a maximum of 20 hours per week. Weekend hours and night shifts do not count towards the 20 hours.
Once you earn up 450 Euros per month, the fees for annuity insurance (Rentenversicherung) up to 3.7% are due. The amount due from the employer is 15%. You do not need to contribute to the annuity insurance if your monthly income does not exceed 450 Euros.
A short-term job may last for up to 3 months or 70 days in a year. The job is not regular or over a long period. Marginally employed, you are allowed to earn up to €450 per month. There are no other restrictions. You can have a short-term job and be marginally employed at the same time.
In order to receive money from BAföG you cannot earn more than 5,400.00 Euros during the appropriation period (12 months), you cannot be married, and you cannot have children.
“Child benefits“, which your parents draw from, is cancelled when you have completed a vocational training program, when you earn more than 450 Euros per month and work more than 20 hours per week.
Proof of social insurance (Sozialversicherungsnachweis), name of your health insurance (Krankenkasse), bank account information (Bankverbindung), certificate for the pay-as-you-earn tax option (Bescheinigung über den Lohnsteuerabzug und/oder Steueridentifikationsnummer), Student ID, (for foreign students from non-EU/EEA countries) the electronic residence permit card (eAT-Karte) and supplement along with the valid residence permit (Aufenthaltserlaubnis) and work permit (Arbeitsgenehmigung bzw. Arbeitserlaubnis)
You can obtain the certificate for the pay-as-you-earn tax option (Lohnsteuerabzug) at the corresponding financial office (Finanzamt). As of 2011 you can no longer obtain a paper copy of the wage tax card (Lohnsteuerkarte).
You can obtain a trade certificate (Gewerbeschein) at the Citizens Advice Office (Bürgerbüro) which is located at Fehrenbachallee 12, 79106 Freiburg.
You can obtain a certificate of health (Gesundheitszeugnis) at the Staatlichen Gesundheitsamt Freiburg, which is located at Sautierstraße 28, 79104 Freiburg.
Please ask for their office hours via 0761/21870
You should keep in mind that you need to acquire accident/casualty insurance. Your health insurance provider will not cover accidents that occur at work. Earnings from a self-employed position must also be quoted to the financial office (notice of income tax assessment or Einkommensteuerbescheid).
If you work during your semester off, then you must pay the fees for social insurance.
After your account has been activiated you can select the contact information from a maximum of three employers per day. We then expect a response regarding whether your application is still in process. Only then can you request more employers’ contact information. This keeps our database up to date and also avoid a situation in which you and other job-seekers apply for positions that have already been filled.
However the inflow of requests can be quite large at times, so it is possible that you will have to wait some time for a response.