Skilled workers, master craftsmen, technicians and engineers – we want you!
If you love flat hierarchies and challenging tasks, if you want to participate actively in a company that appreciates your true value, then Zollner is right for you.
We take development and further education seriously. That’s why we offer our employees various internal or external trainings and support their dedication financially. We safeguard our company’s competitive edge by counting on our most valuable asset – our employees.
At Zollner, you’re not only supposed to develop your talents, but to feel good. Our responsibility doesn’t end when your work day is over. We want our employees to be able to balance family and career by offering them flexible working hours. We also want you to be healthy, that’s why we put great emphasis on occupational safety and offer free health care courses.
"I’ve worked as an engineer in the development research department at Zolner since September 2012. In the EMC area, we check devices for electromagnetic compatibility and, if necessary, modify them to make them better.
After my apprenticeship as an industrial electronics technician, I went to an upper vocational school, because I wanted to improve my skills further. I studied electrical engineering and information technology at Regensburg while doing internships in different companies. My master thesis, again at Zollner, was about developing an USB control board for an LED test board. I’m happy to see this subject put into practice at Zollner. Now I work exactly in the area I always wanted to work in. I also liked my co-workers right from the start. Introductory training is running very smooth.
We are three people in the team, among them is my mentor who helps me with any questions I might have. The working atmosphere is very uncomplicated, casual but still really professional. You can rely on everybody doing what he’s supposed to do. What I like best about my job is the creativity, the troubleshooting – when you’re confronted with a problem and then find the best possible solution."
Tobias Mayer, EMC engineer, development research