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VSB is successful in Germany as well as in Europe. We are proud of that, and we are looking forward to the  future we are helping to shape – together with our employees, who play a decisive part in our business success. Because most of all, it is their innovative spirit, qualification and satisfaction that make VSB strong.

Would you also like to join our team and promote renewable energy internationally? In that case, you can look forward to challenges that will test your talent and spirit of discovery. Find out about the various entry options at VSB. We look forward to meeting you.



Corinna Funke applied for a job at VSB at the recommendation of a former colleague. These days she manages national and international events as a marketing specialist graphic and design, and develops advertising media and print products for the Group.

What Corinna Funke has to say about her employer VSB

  • VSB supports the continuing education of every single employee. In what shape or form have you been able to benefit from this?

    I attended an extra occupational Masters degree course in corporate communications for two years. VSB supported my studies with a fixed subsidy and gave me very flexible working hours. On days without lectures, I was able to work from my home office in the city where I study, saving a lot of travel time. This has enabled me to successfully complete my Masters degree course without interrupting my professional life.

  • What positive experiences do you associate with VSB?

    What I like most of all is the informal ambience. I have struck up a number of friendships with colleagues by now, and I really love going to work. I also appreciate the many staff events, such as the annual summer party and Christmas party. And playing volleyball together also strengthens the team and promotes good teamwork.

  • What do you particularly enjoy about your work at VSB?

    I have a highly varied job and get new projects all the time - from organising the opening of a local wind farm to international trade fairs and events. I plan things and then get direct feedback about the event or product. I also work with different departments of all kinds in the company. That way I learn new things all the time.

  • What do you do in your time off?

    I keep myself busy. I volunteer with various clubs and social projects in my hometown. I also support the Juniors in the Marketing Club Dresden and help them organize events. I spend most weekends at the stadium with my football club, where I am actively involved as a fan ambassador, and root for my team every week.

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