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Aus Liebe zur Wissenschaft. Als Wissenschaftsverlag unterstützen wir Wissenschaftler darin, der Welt ihr Bestes zu geben. Seit 1749. Bei uns trifft Publikationstradition auf Neugierde – und wird zum Ausgangspunkt für mutigen Fortschritt. Mit Sicherheit, denn wir sind in Familienbesitz und ökonomisch unabhängig.

So veröffentlichen wir heute jährlich rund 1.300 Bücher, Zeitschriften, Datenbanken und andere wissenschaftliche Medien. In Print und Digital. Denn wir sind weltweit einer der größten Open-Access-Verlage. Und bleiben auch in Zukunft ehrgeizig: gestalten den Wandel und ergreifen die technologischen Chancen unserer Zeit. So erweitern wir den Zugang zu Wissen. Kontinuierlich. Erstklassige Qualität ist dabei unser A und O.

Unser Programm finden, machen, produzieren und vertreiben über 350 engagierte Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter. Von Basel, Berlin, Boston, München, Peking, Warschau und Wien aus schaffen wir Wissen in die ganze Welt – unter acht Imprints in 28 Fachgebieten. Dabei lernen wir selbst nie aus. Im Gegenteil: Wir wollen es wissen. Unbedingt!

Sie wollen es wissen?

9 Faktoren, die uns zu einem besonderem Arbeitgeber machen

TRA|DI|TION, die;

Weitergabe von Kultur, Erfahrung und Wissen. Schreibt bei uns seit 1749 lebendige und berührbare Geschichte.

NEU|GIER|DE, die;

Sinn für Zeit & Geist. Findet bei uns den Spielraum, den sie braucht.

FORT|SCHRITT, der;

Freude an Veränderung. Sucht bei uns kreative Lösungen für immer-wieder-neue Herausforderungen.

VIEL|FALT, die;

Enthusiasmus für Unterschiede. Ist unsere Erfolgsmischung für erstklassige Ergebnisse.

CHARME, der;

Faszination für Ausstrahlung. Verleiht unserer Zusammenarbeit eine besondere Note.

PER|SÖN|LICH|KEIT, die;

Ausdruck von Charakter. Lebt bei uns jeder auf seine Arbeitsweise.

WIS|SEN|SCHAFTS|LIE|BE, die;

Leidenschaft für Fach & Wissen. Inspiriert uns, immer wieder Neues zu erforschen.

AN|SPRUCH, der;

Prinzip der Qualität. Legt unsere Messlatte hoch, um Wissen in die Welt zu bringen.

RE|LE|VANZ, die;

Streben nach Bedeutsamkeit. Richtet unser Handeln auf Klasse statt Masse.

Unsere Benefits im Überblick


Unsere Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter geben jeden Tag ihr Bestes. Wir danken ihnen dieses Engagement und bieten ihnen beste Arbeitsbedingungen und attraktive Benefits.
Diese unterscheiden sich an den sieben Standorten teilweise voneinander. Denn sie richten sich u. a. nach den kulturellen und rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen in den verschiedenen Regionen.

Gesundheit & Vorsorge
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Leben & Arbeiten
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Vergütung & Bonuszahlung
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Vielfältiges Team
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Lernen & Weiterentwicklung
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Rabatte & Vergünstigungen
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Essen & Getränke
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Soziales Engagement
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De Gruyter in Zahlen

ca. 350 Mitarbeiter/-innen weltweit

22 Nationalitäten

über 1.300 Neuerscheinungen pro Jahr

Entdecken Sie de Gruyter - Mitarbeitergeschichten


Auf ein Wort mit Sorana Radulescu, Senior Manager Marketing Arts & Architecture in Berlin

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What’s your first impression of De Gruyter?
De Gruyter drew my attention firstly because of the published content. Its professional appearance and pleasant encounters with the first contact persons delineated my first impression. Last but not least, I was thrilled by the open-minded attitude towards a lateral entrant profile, such as mine. It convinced me that my skills and strengths were appreciated.

Why do you do what you do?
I intend to generate enthusiasm for architecture and art topics.

Describe De Gruyter in 3 words!
Opportunity, Re-invention, Complexity "

Auf ein Wort mit Lervinia Swee, Marketing Manager APAC in Singapore

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What is your responsibility at De Gruyter?
I cover the marketing for Asia-Pacific, working closely with sales team, distributors and agents to develop targeted and personalized strategies suitable for each market in the region. Get the word out about De Gruyter and drive qualified traffic to our front door. Along the way, I get to experiment with a variety of organic and paid acquisition channels like content creation, content curation, event management, social media, lead generation campaigns, copywriting, and performance analysis.

What’s your first impression of De Gruyter
My team and line manager were not only ready for me to start but they made sure I understood that I was valued, welcomed and a significant part of the organization. The working culture is fun, people are warm, and door is always open to anyone with question. It was far from the stuffy European image that one would associate, especially with a brand that has 270 year legacy!

Why do you do what you do?
This profession is getting more creative and more technical at the same time. Each customer is unique. Each stakeholder has different goals. Each pushes me to use all my knowledge and skills to make an impact to drive results. It can start with a cool idea, inform it with up-to-the-minute data, and share it with the world, all without leaving my desks. I get paid to write, create, and build relationships. It’s not totally stress-free but when the job is done right, I can have fun and actually, genuinely help people at the same time.

Auf ein Wort mit Robert Forke, Acquisitions Editor in Berlin

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What is your responsibility at De Gruyter?
I am an Acquisitions Editor in the field of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. I reach out to scholars in the field to discuss their research and potential options for the publication of their work. That means I have to know about current research trends, the standards and developments in the field, but also our press’s program in order to find out whether a potential publication may be a good fit and in what ways the program should grow and evolve.

What’s your first impression of De Gruyter?
I think the first and second floor of the Berlin office really represent a key feature of the company and that is its combination of tradition and innovation. On the first floor, which also houses the press’s archive, you will find wood-paneled walls and an atmosphere that reminds one of the early 20th century. The second floor instead, with lots of shared space and glass walls, communicates a desire to be in the now.

If you could switch a role at De Gruyter, what would it be?
I think I just wouldn’t, even if I could (at least for now). For me, what I do in this position entails a very good combination of what I’d like to do and what I am good at.

Auf ein Wort mit Wendy Ding, Editorial Director Publishing Partnerships APAC in Beijing

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What is your responsibility at De Gruyter?
Establish and maintain professional relationship with possible publishing partners in APAC. Editorial director for DG China responsible for content development including journals, books and other products.

What’s your first impression of De Gruyter?
International but with a strict German temperament. Fascinating history with talented people from all over the world full of energetic. Embracing change and exciting things are possible.

Why do you do what you do?
I want to lead business development in my region and to contribute to the evolution of a new era for company. DG provides me this platform. I have brilliant colleagues globally, in APAC and here in China. I switch between being a team leader and a team member with an proactive and positive attitude, we will achieve what we plan to!

Auf ein Wort mit Rabea Rittgerodt, Acquisitions Editor in Berlin

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What is your responsibility at De Gruyter?
I am responsible for developing the portfolio/growing our list in the area of global history, basically ranking from the 19th century until today. This includes commissioning authors/projects/cooperations in the area of social/cultural history, intellectual history, public history, African/European/Asian history, and migration studies. It also means representing De Gruyter (HIS) at conferences, talks, and webinars, while also advocating on behalf of the academic community within the company.

What’s your first impression of De Gruyter?
A traditional yet independent publisher with much experience & an excellent reputation, a global understanding of how the publishing world works and very open to new digital developments. Also very international!

If you could switch a role at De Gruyter, what would it be?
No! Please, I beg you, don’t make me take on a different role. I never want to do anything else in my life! (Although, CEO, I mean..^^)

How do you distract yourself from distractions?
Work is the only distraction I need ;)

Auf ein Wort mit Ann Varghese, Marketing Manager, Publishing Partners in Boston

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What is your responsibility at De Gruyter?
I am the Marketing Manager for the Partner Program at De Gruyter. The Partner Program is a collaboration with 18 University Presses and 9 subject specific presses. A crucial part of my job is to offer individual representation for each of our partners, including the University Press Library which is the latest, sustainable business model by the Partner Program. I am responsible for marketing collateral, conference material, and online and print marketing for the partners.

What’s your first impression of De Gruyter?
Global. De Gruyter has offices all around the world including America, Germany, UK, China, and thousands of employees working remotely from the rest of the world. The best part about working for a global company is the kind of people you encounter. Your professional and personal perspectives broaden and you start to welcome foreign cultures, languages, and work ethics as your friend. You learn to slowly step out of your comfort zone.


If you could switch a role at De Gruyter, what would it be?
Nothing. The role of a marketing manager can sometimes be lethargic, sometimes chaotic, but I always welcome an unexpected challenge. Marketing can be very fluctuating depending on the trends in the market and the audience. You are constantly looking for innovative outreach programs and strategies to best reach your target audience. People don’t want another boring email about how you have the best product in the market.

What they need to know is how it benefits them?
My job always keeps me on my toes and allows me to continually think outside the box for fresh ideas.

How do you distract yourself from distractions?
Coffee. Plenty of coffee.

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