• 2 years
  • MM Group
  • ongoing starting dates

Engineering Explorer (m/f/d)

- The leading engineers of tomorrow

For a truly successful start of your engineering career, we train you in our 24-month Engineering Explorer Program to either develop into a leadership role in the production area or become an expert in automation.

Our Offer

During your training, you will pass through 3 locations in order to familiarize yourself with the entire production chain, to specialise in one of the three main areas of production (printing, die-cutting, glueing) and to collect experience in the field of automation. In addition we offer a mentoring program and an in-depth continuing education program to support you in your daily routine.

Your Profile

  • university degree in the field of technology or engineering
  • at least 2 years of professional experience
  • high interest in production processes, optimisation and automation
  • ambition to gain a leading position
  • structured and independent mode of operation
  • highly proactive and willingness to learn
  • excellent English skills, an additional language will be of advantage
  • you enjoy the flexibility of working in international locations
"If you are a high performing technician, who wants to proceed in his career, this is a great opportunity for you! Make a difference and join us as Engineering Explorer!"
- Corporate HR Manager -
Company Notebook

Starting dates are arranged individually. For this position, the minimum gross salary is € 35,000 per year. If you are interested in this challenging position and would like to join a high performing program within a big group please apply in English.
The Mayr-Melnhof Group is the world-leader in recycled fiber based cartonboard and Europe’s leading manufacturer of folding cartons. With more than 10,000 employees in 52 production sites the group achieved consolidated sales of approximately EUR 2 billion p.a.
Mayr-Melnhof Karton Gesellschaft m.b.H, Brahmsplatz 6, 1040 Wien
References apply to all genders
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