Have you successfully graduated or do you already have initial career experience? If so, you should lay the foundations for a successful career with Germany's leading real estate asset management service provider.
CORPUS SIREO offers university graduates and young professionals a wide range of opportunities to be involved in exciting projects. Right from the very beginning, you will be given responsible tasks.

In conjunction with the Faculty for Law and Economics at TU Darmstadt, a 30-month doctorate programme has been set up in the field of real estate and construction management. Over the course of the programme, you will receive a temporary employment contract as well as performance-based remuneration. You will benefit from the intensive support provided by experts in their field at CORPUS SIREO, and will be assigned a personal mentor.

In addition to research seminars at the university, you will also complete regular work placements across the various organisational units of CORPUS SIREO. In this way, you will receive not only an initial insight into the world of work, but also valuable information for your dissertation. When you have successfully completed your dissertation, you will be awarded the academic title Dr. rer. pol.

Trainee programme
The programme is designed for university graduates specialising in real estate management. To participate in the programme, you must have above-average grades and have gained some initial practical experience within the framework of an apprenticeship or related internships. As a trainee, you will move between the various CORPUS SIREO business units on a quarterly basis and simultaneously build up your own network. You will work on central and strategic tasks as well as on practical implementation across a number of locations.

The CORPUS SIREO entry programme Next Generation 2.0 received an award within the framework of the Absolventa Charter for career-enhancing and fair trainee programmes for the sustainable training it provides to young professionals.

Further information:

Sabrina Lengenfelder Human Resources Management


: 21.04.2019