Welcome to my Personal Webpage!

A warm welcome to my webpage. This webpage is a connection platform to my professional SocialMedia-Profiles, which I hope would help HR-Managers and Recruiters to get to know me better. Next to my contact details is a link to my CV. If I have piqued your interest, feel free to contact me via e-mail (contact@steffenhensel.de). Thank you.

Best regards,

Steffen Hensel

Herzlich Willkommen auf meiner Webpage! Diese Webpage stellt im Wesentlichen die Verbindungen zu meinen beruflichen SocialMedia-Profilen her und soll HR-Managern sowie Recruitern helfen mich besser kennenzulernen. Falls Ihr Interesse geweckt wurde, können Sie mir auch direkt eine eMail an contact@steffenhensel.de schreiben. Mein Lebenslauf steht unter meinen Kontaktdaten zum Download bereit.

Viele Grüße,

Steffen Hensel

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