Jobs with TRIDELTA Hartferrite
You are looking for new, challenging fields of work and would like to put your expertise and experience to profitable use? You are regionally bound, but you want to realize yourself in an international company? Then we have what you are looking for.
We are one of the world's leading manufacturers of magnetic materials and ceramic permanent magnets. Be part of us and discover the challenging fields of work in:
- Materials research
- Product development
- International sales
We offer you
- Unlimited time service contract in a company with global activities
- Responsible and varied projects with international companies
- Ample opportunity for independent and self-responsible work
- Short decision-making channels, flat hierarchies and flexible working time
- Payment of kindergarten fees
- Innovative industry and research cluster at the TRIDELTA CAMPUS Hermsdorf, Germany high-tech site
Questions about careers, training and job application will be answered by Ms Sabine Sonntag.
Your entry into the professional world
We train mechatronics technicians and industrial ceramists (systems technology). We not only teach you the technical rudiments of your future job but you will have a feeling of self-fulfillment in our team from the beginning. When you successfully complete your training, we will offer you a permanent job in this company. You will have the opportunity to continue your qualification and acquire new skills.
Trainings can be found here
Research & develop at TRIDELTA Campus Hermsdorf
Tridelta Campus Hermsdorf e.V. is a site-bound initiative started by 23 Hermsdorf companies and the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems in December 2017.
Hermsdorf is a traditional center of technical ceramics. Already shortly after the first porcelain manufactory was set up in 1890, the place built a name throughout the world as a hub of the development and production of electroporcelain for insulators. Today, Tridelta Campus Hermsdorf e.V. supports cooperations, the economy and science at the Hermsdorf high-technology site.