Working at the IMC - A woman is building a heart with her hands

Working at IMC Krems

Our university offers the ideal conditions for personal development – for students, lecturers and employees alike.

Join our team – we look forward to receiving your application.

Responsibility, knowledge, future.

We see putting knowledge into practice as a creative process, which we implement in partnership with our professional community of academics, administrative staff and students. We embrace our responsibility to provide the best possible education while instilling important values for the future of our society.

Pioneering, international outlook, respectful.

As a growing organisation, we attract employees from far and wide and are fully committed to supporting your professional and personal development. Highly ranked in terms of both teaching and research, we offer an international working environment in the heart of the Wachau Valley UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Region. The IMC Krems community comprises our academics and other university staff, as well as our students, alumni, and academic and industry partners all over the world.

Pioneering

Our goal is to give our students access to the kind of expertise and research – always with a real-world focus – they need to get a head start as they embark on their careers. As part of this process, we take on the role of mentors and visionaries who foster new and creative ideas as we work to shape the future together.

International outlook

We welcome collaboration between lots of different personality types. Both as part of our international teaching and research operations as well as our training and development activities, we are always working to ensure that our entire community is prepared for the challenges of the future. The active dialogue within a vibrant community in Austria and around the world inspires us to provide them with innovative services.

Respectful

Our interactions with each other are characterised by a high degree of flexibility and mutual respect. Our relaxed, friendly campus culture is based on respect for the expertise and potential of the people who study and work at the university. Excellent support, open communication on an equal footing and short decision-making paths foster team spirit, a collegial approach and a passion for our work.

Picture collage on family friendliness at IMC Krems

We are a family-friendly university

For many years, IMC Krems has been working hard to establish various measures designed to enable its people to strike a balance between work, university and family commitments. Our Family Matters programme contains a full range of resources designed to make it easier to establish healthy boundaries between the various elements at play.


Available measures include childcare, prenatal and postnatal midwife support and back-to-work programmes, flexible working time models, working from home, sabbaticals and a comprehensive selection of training and development courses – as well as a range of benefits for employees, students and teaching staff alike.


Through its participation in the hochschuleundfamilie audit, which earned the university the state seal of approval, IMC Krems has once again demonstrated its family-friendly credentials. Particularly in academic research, maintaining a healthy balance between career opportunities and the needs of family life can pose a particular challenge. As an employer and educational institution, IMC Krems plays a key role in helping to provide employees and students with a family-friendly working and learning environment.


In this context, it is also important to define what we understand by family, as striking a healthy work-life balance extends beyond access to childcare. It also covers things like taking care of relatives and the general ability to square family and private commitments with university life, as well as providing additional support during difficult times.
 

Picture collage of diversity at IMC Krems

Gender and diversity

Diversity: a key resource

“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1). As a university, we want to take advantage of the opportunities that diversity presents and are therefore committed to responsible and respectful treatment of a range of different values.

Our diversity management systems help us to identify differences and similarities between our stakeholders and critically reflect on our procedures. In this way, we can ensure equal access to resources such as education and employment for all.

Another important aspect: we are a female- and family-friendly organisation – with respect to both our staff and students. Thanks to our numerous initiatives, we are one of the companies in Austria that have been particularly successful in promoting women within the company: This is also confirmed by the equalitA seal of excellence.

In order to send a clear signal in relation to diversity, the university signed the Diversity Charter in 2013 – a voluntary pledge to respect and value all members of society

Join the IMC Krems team!

IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems is always on the lookout for motivated employees who will use their unique skills to further the university’s success. Become part of our success story and put your talent to the test with us! The IMC Krems application process:

1

Online application

2

Pre-screening interview

3

Online English language test

4

IMC assessment centre incl. public presentation and non-public academic presentation

5

Final interview with Executive Mangement

6

Appointment and start of onboarding process

You must include the following documentation when applying for a teaching or research position:

  • Letter of motivation
  • Academic CV (tabular form)
  • Teaching and research portfolio
  • Publication list
  • Certificate for highest level of qualification
  • Any relevant language certificates, employment references and additional qualifications
1

Online application

2

Interview, optional practical test

3

Final interview with Executive Management

4

Appointment and start of onboarding process

/p>Applications for university services posts must include:

  • Letter of motivation
  • Up-to-date CV (tabular form)
  • Certificate for highest level of qualification
  • Any relevant language certificates, employment references and additional qualifications.
1

Online application

2

Interview, optional practical test

3

Final interview with Executive Management

4

Appointment and start of onboarding process

When applying for project and academic posts, you must include the following documents:

  • Letter of motivation
  • Academic CV (tabular form)
  • Teaching and research portfolio
  • Publication list
  • Certificate for highest level of qualification
  • Any relevant language certificates, employment references and additional qualifications

Current vacancies

Didn’t find what you were looking for?

Don’t worry – just send us your CV along with a covering letter.

Teaching, research or administration? Follow the link to the area you are interested in. We will be in touch as soon as a suitable vacancy comes up.

Unsolicited applications

for part-time lecturers

Unsolicited applications

for teaching, research and administrative positions

Unsolicited applications

for apprenticeships or internships

Get to know us better

Contact us

We’re always there for you –  contact our HR department at personal(at)fh-krems.ac.at if you have any general questions.

HR Services


  • Kerstin Eberl, BA
    Recruiting Management / HR Services
  • Susanne Kostner
    Recruiting Management / HR Services