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Career journey

We support the career development of our employees and encourage everyone to find the next career step at Etteplan. Learn about our Career Model, and get inspired – joining Etteplan is only your first step, the rest is up to you!

Why work at Etteplan?

Building a Better World Through Engineering, Innovation, and Digitalization. Join our team of experienced professionals and develop your skills in a collaborative atmosphere. Discover the opportunity to make a lasting impact.

Balancing work and leisure

Find balance between work and leisure with Etteplan. We prioritize well-being and personal development alongside professional growth, promoting workplace ergonomics for physical and mental regeneration.

Recruitment Process

Our Process

Our hiring process is designed to meet these expectations, and we are constantly learning and improving the way we work to ensure fairness.

1. Thank you for your interest in Etteplan

We will do our best to contact you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience!

2. First contact 

We will contact you by phone or e-mail. This step may include a brief conversation or a invitation to an interview.

3. Let’s get to know each other better

We want to make sure we are a good fit and that this is the right place for you. This step includes an interview and maybe an assessment.

4. Agreement 

Together we create the basis for our agreement and sign the contract.

5. Welcome to Etteplan

We want to make sure you have a great start.  Our onboarding process is designed to help you feel comfortable in joining us!

Meet Your Colleagues

“The world is our workplace, offering a dynamic journey toward a truly global career.”

“I was curious about the world and wanted to work in a global company”

“Each project requires understanding the specifics of the industry and adapting to different factors. Thanks to this diversity, I expanded the scope of my skills.”

“One of my colleagues said; ‘you just get all the strange projects, don’t you?’, and I think I might, but I really enjoy it.”