Working Student (m/f/x) Finance & Legal (Berlin or Munich)

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The BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt unites economic innovators, political decision-makers, leading scientists, and representatives of civil society in a global network.

Together, we transcend borders, cultures, and systems to advocate for innovations and sustainable changes that pave the way for innovative economies and resilient democracies. These efforts serve as the foundation for a fairer and more liveable future.


  • Supporting the team with all payment-related tasks – i.e., timely and accurate processing of payments, coordination of credit card debits, maintaining records for all transactions, etc.
  • Assisting with general administrative tasks – e.g., responding to internal and external queries, preparation of decision papers and internal meetings.
  • Supporting in analyzing financial data and preparing reports using MS Excel.
  • Coordinating business travel requests
  • Supporting the team with contract management tasks, e.g., updating contract templates, contract-related process documents, contract database maintenance, contract manual, etc.
  • Working on other assignments, depending on current priorities and annual budgeting/reporting cycle


  • You’re currently enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s program in Germany and are based in Berlin or Munich.
  • Your degree is in Finance, Economics, Business Administration, Non-Profit Administration, Legal or a related discipline.
  • You’re business-fluent in written and spoken German and English.
  • You have a comprehensive interest in financial processes and good organizational skills.
  • Your accuracy allows you to work reliably, and you show high diligence and trustworthiness.
  • You’re proficient in Excel and feel comfortable working with a large amount of data and numbers.
  • You are able to work independently and autonomously but you are also a genuine team player to coordinate and collaborate effectively with various teams.


Regina Sandig


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