Hier finden Sie wichtige Hinweise zur Jobsuche, Bewerbung und Anerkennung von Abchlüssen in Frankfurt RheinMain.

Find it in FRM: Employment Advice

Are you looking for a job in FrankfurtRheinMain (FRM)? Then make use of the expertise of the various advisory services to help you find your bearings on the job market and on working in FRM.

Jobberatung in Frankfurt RheinMain | Find it in FRM

In principal, the Federal Employment Agency, (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) is the first point of contact for all matters relating to looking for a job and the job market. As well as helping find jobs, the agency also helps with professional development, in particular for people from abroad.

You can find your local Employment Agency (Agentur für Arbeit) on their website under "Dienststelle finden".

Another important point of contact is the Welcomecenter Hessen in Frankfurt am Main. Their team is happy to answer your questions on job opportunities in Hessen and they also help you with your job application.

Would you like to know whether your qualifications from abroad are recognized in Germany? Would you like to know which further qualifications you should take? Then contact IQ Netzwerk Hessen.

In addition, the Gemeinnützige Frankfurter Frauen-Beschäftigungsgesellschaft (GFFB), the non-profit women’s employment organisation in Frankfurt also gives advice on job prospects as well as finding work in Germany in general.

Useful Contacts

The FRAP Agentur is an advisory and learning centre which provides advice to adults from 18 years and above, who are resident in Frankfurt, on topics such as looking for work, vocational orientation, and going back to work as well as other work-related topics.

District / Cities: City Frankfurt am Main
Vilbeler Straße 36
60313 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: 069-68097-150
E-Mail: info@frap-beratungszentrum.de
Website: https://frap-beratungszentrum.de/
We speak: English, German, Russian
Costs: Free of charge

We offer a range of services to new citizens in the city of Frankfurt. We focus on individual and group coaching (also in English and French), intercultural workshops, personal advice on job placements and finding your way around the city, as well as language courses and language coaching to help with your job. The GFFB also offers last minute childcare as a stop-gap until you find regular childcare, or if regular childcare has been cancelled. In addition, the GFFB offers a wide range of services to help with job orientation and qualifications on a part-time and full-time basis, and liaises with other relevant organisations.

District / Cities: City Frankfurt am Main
Mainzer Landstraße 349
60326 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: +49 (0) 69 951 097 110
E-Mail: barbot@gffb.de
Website: https://www.gffb.de/
We speak: German, English, French
Costs: Partly fee-based

We provide international skilled workers with information on various topics eg.:
- Working and living in Hessen
- Opportunities to learn German
- Recognition of professional qualifications
- Education and further education
- All matters relating to supervision and education of children - school, crèche, daycare

We advise businesses on various topics eg.:
- Recruiting international skilled workers
- Integrating them into the work environment
- Queries on immigration law with regard to employment and training of foreigners

District / Cities: City Frankfurt am Main
c/o Agentur für Arbeit Frankfurt am Main
60311 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: 0800 6665788 / +49 69 97172 122
E-Mail: info@welcomecenterhessen.com
Website: https://www.work-in-hessen.com/
We speak: German, English, Spanish, Russian, Ukranian, Kiswahili
Costs: Free of charge