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As a global player with Austrian roots, we live diversity and stand for equal opportunities. That's why we welcome people of all genders, ages, skin colors, sexual orientations and religions.
your success is our passion
We offer you the safety of a global market leader and an environment where newcomers as well as experienced professionals can work independently, bring in new ideas and are able to develop.
As a part of the international Knill Group we go back to over 300 years of tradition. However, that does not mean that we are old-school. Quite the opposite. We use the most up-to-date technology, love to research, and have our (green) heart in the right place. In the true sense of the word – we are located in the middle of an Eaststyrian forest in Pischelsdorf (approx. 10 min from the motorway exit Gleisdorf, approx. 20 minutes from Hartberg or Weiz)
Taking the initiative
Currently there is no job that suits you? Nonetheless, you think we would be a great fit for you anyway? Perfect! Send us your documents. We will contact you as soon as we find a free position for you.
About Rosendahl Nextrom
The best of two worlds
We are a Styrian company which has clients in 73 countries all over the world. International but also embedded in the structure of the Knill Group, we stay grounded: As a well-organized KMU we offer flexibility and speed.
From heart to head
We ensure a reasonable environment with high-quality equipment. With a research rate of over 7%, we keep up with the times. And that since 1712 – always focusing on the future. With sustainability and eMobility being our current hottest topics.
Typical Rosendahl Nextrom
Our company is characterized by friendliness and a sense of community. We have an open ear and pursue our goals together. Besides that, or probably because of that, we offer a lot of independence and freedom of design. Over 800 employees all over the world show how that’s possible.
A little bit more?
Money is not everything but the membership of one of the best collective agreements in Austria does not sound bad either, right? Especially when there are also flexible working times, homeoffice, food subsidies and childcare.