What else do we offer?
Great small-scale and large-scale technology, monthly pay-scale salary of over EUR 3,000 plus vacation pay and Christmas bonus, many benefits such as company sports and profit sharing, and great coworkers.
Personal insights into our prototype production in Kiel
Fin Schorr – Department head
I started in Kiel in May 2018 as the team leader for “Testing”. Since November 2020, I have headed the “Prototype Construction and Testing” department.
Our team works on the overall tank system and is constantly learning more when developing and testing prototypes. Identifying challenges and managing my employees and the projects as a whole are my day-to-day tasks.
We work in interesting and diverse areas and have very good pay and good social benefits.
Everyone has to grow in to their projects and tasks and gain experience. This works particularly well if you soak up your coworkers’ knowledge.
Varied, challenging, innovative.
Mesut Keles – Industrial worker
I moved from what used to be the Automotive sector to the Defence sector. To begin with, I worked in the current Hardparts division at Rheinmetall and now I am in the Vehicle Systems division.
I assemble components. If something isn’t working and I notice a problem, I pass on the information and start looking for solutions.
Because it’s always varied, especially on business trips.
I find the working environment really pleasant. And we have really nice coworkers here in Kiel. Plus the city’s great!
Be open and willing to learn. That’s how you’ll really enjoy doing the job.
Variety, fun, teamwork
Torben Wiese – Electrical engineering technician
After four years in manufacturing, two in testing and qualifying as a state-certified technician, I knew that I wanted to work as a project planner. At my old company, there was no demand for this position in the next few years. I value a secure, social and fair workplace in a maritime environment and this took me to Rheinmetall Landsysteme in Kiel. I was welcomed by a young and motivated team and settled in quickly.
I work in work preparation for electronic components. My day-to-day jobs include processing and preparing work plans and parts lists, maintaining the change process, creating time and quantity structures and optimizing production processes. I also get to do many interesting tasks related to restructuring and optimizing production areas.
As a project planner, you are there throughout the entire process of a component, from development to the finished item. You can collaborate and contribute your ideas everywhere.
Here you have the opportunity to help shape your workplace and work with managers who know what you do and who always have an open door
Listen, ask questions and give your own opinion as well as you can.
Social, varied, challenging
Come and enjoy the benefits as part of our team in Kiel! Apply for positions in mechanics/mechatronics or electrical/electronics.