Young Professionals & Graduates
From the first day at Senvion, graduates will face both professional and personal challenges, allowing them to develop excellent skills for the future. As a member of our team, you can play an active role in the company’s future development. You will thus be entrusted with responsibility as soon as possible. We will support your development continuously by adjusting your perspectives to your individual aims and skills. Take advantage of the freedom only a young company with flexible structures can offer and apply your know-how on an interdisciplinary and international stage.
Your start at Senvion
Getting your new job off to a perfect start is as important to us as it is to you. Therefore, we will do everything to make you feel at home among the Senvion team.
Our Welcome day gives us the opportunity to introduce our new employees to the different departments of Senvion – and vice versa. This way, you will soon become familiar with our company, its history and all your new colleagues.
On arrival at your department, individual training will be provided to introduce you to the contacts and processes that are necessary for your task. Depending on the functional requirements, you will be given specific training to prepare you for the job.
When it comes to our products and technologies, we want everyone to know their way around. Thus, every new employee gets the chance to become familiar with our products in at least an one-day basic product training.
Our choice of employees reflects our high standards of quality and innovation. So, if you want to accept this challenge you should be someone who
- has graduated with above-average results
- has already acquired some international experience (studies or internship abroad) and
- has proven by non-universal activities that you possess outstanding professional skills
In addition, it is very important to us that our employees pursue their activities enthusiastically, have a strong team spirit and a high degree of commitment and proactive thinking and action.