Meet Our International and Dynamic Team
CENTOGENE is always on the lookout for dynamic and dedicated individuals committed to making a difference to the lives of rare disease patients. As a global company with employees from more than 50 countries and all walks of life, we invite you to listen to the Voices of CENTOGENE. Hear from our team from all different fields – Sharing what it means to work for a company dedicated to helping patients, widening borders, and leveraging our knowledge and expertise, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
You really get to see the impact you make with patients every day. It’s not just another job.
My team works in Biomarker Development. They are smart, very interesting personalities, open hearted and put everything into their work. I haven’t seen people as dedicated as them.
I really appreciate the possibilities we have here at CENTOGENE, the internationality. I can speak all the languages – it’s great to be in such a multicultural environment.
I feel really comfortable. Rostock is a nice city near the Baltic sea. You can spend your free time going to the beach during the summer.
We are working on trying to find treatment for rare diseases. What I really like about our group is that we are very friendly, dynamic, we are trying to have a good time when working together.
Everyone in this company is very friendly, every day I’m learning something new, my employers are teaching me everything with a level of patience.
I have been working with a fantastic group, I got trained and the environment is very friendly. CENTOGENE is the place to be!
I’m from England originally. I moved here to start my first job at CENTOGENE. Everyone has been really nice and helps me with translating things to move here.
The highlight for me is the people you meet from all over the world. From my experience, some great friendships have developed here.
Join Our Team!
With a lifelong dedication to our patients, CENTOGENE is always on the lookout for dynamic and dedicated individuals committed to making a difference to the lives of rare disease patients.