Human ResourcesCopyright: RWTH Aachen
The Department of Human Resources belongs to the Central University Administration and supervises university employees in five divisions.
Human Resources Management at Our University
Universities are finding themselves in a time of change. Deregulation, competition, and internationalization are only a few aspects of this change. This change, of course, has an impact on those people, who are organizing this change with RWTH - the staff.
It wouldn't be possible to successfully implement change, if the staff weren't included. For employees, this change means paying closer attention to overarching development, more complex responsibilities, greater flexiblity when completing tasks, and cost conscious behavior, just to name a few challenges.
Staff are expected to be interested in overarching RWTH topics relevant to their field and to independently educate themselves further, in order to fulfill the change in demands.
Basic questions falling under human resources
Management, organization, and coordiation of the divisions
Contact person and advising in human resources affairs for university management, university institutions, and other university components
Contact person for the staff council, equal opportunity officer, disabilities officer, and representative council for groups
Representation of department manage in personnel and public administration affairs
Representative of the Employer for Disability Affairs
Top Priority: Optimal Supervision of Personnel
The Department of Human Resources is the contact for all university institutions to answer quesionts about personnel managment. It is also the contact for the staff, available to answer any question regarding one's position or employment.
The Department of Human Resources' goal is to constructively work together with the staff councils, the equal opportunities officer, and the representative for the disabled. It offers solutions that ideally will be accepted by all those involved.
Through understandable information and advising and appropriate handling of individual cases, the division wishes to do its part so that the Central University Administration is successful in its work. It also wishes to provide a foundation for university institutions to be able to optimally fulfill their research and teaching.
|Telephone: +49 241 80 94012|
|Bettina Hompesch||Telephone: +49 241 80 94007|
|Christina Görtz||Telephone: +49 241 80 92436|
|Koordinationsstelle Betriebliches Eingliederungsmanagement (BEM)|
|Telephone: +49 241 80 90436|
|Betriebliches Gesundheitsmanagement (BGM)|
|Koordinatorin Betriebliches Gesundheitsmanagement (BGM)
Dipl.-Sportwiss. Julia Reißen
|Telephone: +49 241 80 95266|
|Beate Wassenberg-Schüren M. A.||Telephone: +49 241 80 93941|