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How do I apply?

In most cases, our application process goes through the jobs portal Interamt (exceptions: student employees/internships), which you can access via the link provided in our job advertisements. There you will be guided through the registration and application process. Positions for students are handled either by our human resources management system HRworks or by email. As a rule, your complete application documents should include an up-to-date CV, letter of motivation, and copies of relevant qualifications for the respective position.

Please note: we are unfortunately unable to consider speculative applications. We only consider applications for positions we are specifically looking to fill.

How does our application process usually work?

After the deadline passes, we will examine all applications and contact you as soon as possible. Generally speaking, we conduct interviews in person at our institute in Bonn. However, we realise that travelling to Bonn may involve considerable effort and expense. In most cases, if you are unable to attend the interview in person, we can conduct the interview virtually. Let us know if you wish to check that all the technology for a virtual interview is working in advance. The interview follows a traditional format, in line with a standardised interview guideline. As a rule, there is no multi-step recruitment process and no assessment centre.

Continuing education and training

DEval aims to provide continual support to employees in developing their skills. To this end, there are specific continuing education and training offers, as well as training on the job: our Brown Bag Lunches and Coffee Talks provide a regular opportunity to discuss ongoing evaluations or interesting topics in the area of development cooperation and evaluation methodology.


  • Transparent pay in accordance with the German public service collective agreement (TVöD Bund)
  • Attractive company pension scheme (VBLU)
  • Flexible working hours as part of a flexitime model with time recording and time-bank account (full-time positions correspond to 39 hours per week)
  • Individual working hours model for part-time employees
  • Possibility to do some work remotely
  • Employer contribution to the Deutschlandticket-JobTicket for public transport
  • Free parking for employees in our underground car park

What does DEval offer students and interns?

DEval interns and student employees/support staff are directly involved in the respective (evaluation) teams. They gain useful insights into the evaluation work and make a valuable contribution to carrying out evaluations. The tasks are diverse and provide good insight into the multifaceted work of the various departments and teams.


  • For students: if you are registered at a university, you can apply for our jobs as a student employee.
  • For interns: in order to be eligible for an internship, the requirement must be an obligatory part of the examination regulations.

Working hours:

  • For students: subject to consultation, various models are possible: 12 or 15 hours per week on at least two working days or 19 hours per week on at least three working days per week 
  • For interns: full-time internships are 39 hours per week, subject to consultation part-time internships may be possible in some cases


  • For students: bachelor’s degree students €12.00 per hour, master’s degree students €13.00 per hour. Paid leave in accordance with the Federal Paid Leave Act (Bundesurlaubsgesetz).
  • For interns: allowance of €700 per month for full-time internships (39 hours per week)

Place of work:

  • The place of work is at DEval in Bonn. Remote work is unfortunately not possible for students and interns.


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Johanna Behrendt

Human Resources and Organisation

Phone: +49 (0)228 336907-929


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Lisa Weinert


Phone: +49 (0)228 336907-342


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