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Jobs

You are an excellent team player, interested in a start-up company and are passionate about greening cities? You are in the right place with us. We are offering and innovative environment, challenges, but also mentoring and a work place above the Vienna roofs. Nobody is perfect- we grow as much with our responsibilities as you do.

Kompass liegend am Boden

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

You would like more in-dept knowledge on greening buildings and gather practical experience? You are in the right place with us.

Whether you are a student, pupil or young professional – GRÜNSTATTGRAU is looking for talented volunteers, who build service offers in the greening buildings sector, develop our multi-stakeholder online platforms further or work with our mobile green experimental space MUGLI and like to dive into the world of innovation, research and development. As we support many network partners and European networks as well as European projects, you need to have language skills in German and English. You can work with us as part of a work placement. So:

GRÜNSTATTGRAU CAREERS

You want to strengthen our GRÜNSTATTGRAU team and become part of it?

Unfortunately, at the moment we do not have any specific job openings. We are always happy to receive your speculative application at office@gruenstattgrau.at.

Teamgeist

GRÜNSTATTGRAU JOB MARKETPLACE

Our aim is to connect green talents and partner businesses. You see your future in a green sector? You are looking to employ somebody in the urban greening sector? You are both in the right place here.

Project Urbane GmbA

GrünstattGrau is supported by

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Logo Stadt der Zukunft Innovationslabor

City of Tomorrow (Stadt der Zukunft) is a research and technology programme of the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Republic of Austria (BMVIT). It has commissioned the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) together with Austria Wirtschaftsservice and the Austrian Society for Environment and Technology (ÖGUT) to deliver this programme.

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