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Campus life at the Medical University of Graz is diverse and dynamic. The uniqueness of our students, scientists, doctors, teachers, apprentices, administrative staff and many other groups contributes to the spirit of Med Uni Graz. More than 7,000 people study and work at MED CAMPUS Graz and the other Med Uni Graz locations, people from many countries with diverse cultures and religious beliefs and different sexual orientations as well as special needs.

Our job portal provides an overview of positions at Med Uni Graz that are currently open and lists them by area. If you are interested in a future-oriented and long-term job in a dynamic environment, we are interested in hearing from you.



Welcome to your new job

It goes without saying that not only does Med Uni Graz avoid spatial barriers but above all its open and tolerant environment ensures that there is room for everyone at our university and everyone has the opportunity to find their place and flourish.



At Med Uni Graz, you can expect a value-oriented working environment that invites you to advance yourself and an interesting and demanding job with room for self-responsibility and personal development. To provide you with the best support possible, we offer a range of services:


Information on your application

Please note that applications are only accepted electronically via the application portal. If you are invited to an interview, we regret to inform you that we cannot provide any compensation for travel and accommodation expenses.

In future, candidates who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 shall be given preference when hiring for open positions at the Medical University of Graz. These new rules apply for job openings and new hires as of August 2021, both in clinical and non-clinical departments.

If a candidate has not yet been vaccinated against COVID-19, this does not lead to a disadvantage in the selection process if the respective person obtains the vaccination afterwards. A period of three months is provided to achieve full immunity through vaccination as defined by the National Vaccination Board. A person who can present documented proof of having been advised by a doctor against vaccination due to pre-existing conditions or other circumstances shall also not be disadvantaged in the application process and shall be treated as a vaccinated person.