The Siemens Czech Republic is one of the largest domestic electrotechnical companies. It has over 10,000 employees supplying technology, products, and services for customers both in private and public sectors. The company engages in the following areas: power industry, healthcare, industrial automation or public infrastructure. They put a lot of emphasis on innovation, pushing for it in several areas: Digital Industries (industrial automation and digitization), Smart Infrastructure (smart solutions for buildings), Gas and Power (modern power industry), Siemens Mobility (smart transport solution), Siemens Healthineers (innovative technologies in healthcare) and Siemens Gamesa (wind turbines) Company's history goes back to 1847 when Werner von Siemens together with university mechanic Johann Georg Halske founded a company Telegraphen Bau-Anstalt von Siemens & Halske. Their needle telegraph had surpassed all communicative inventions till then. Only a year after its foundation, the company had already 10 employees, while eventually, the number has grown to current 375,000 employees in more than 190 countries.
The ownership culture is very close to them so they are looking for new colleagues, who will care about the company's profit the same way they would, if it were their own company. Employees have the opportunity to buy preference shares (even with the benefits points) and thus become a real company's co-owner. Their products and services daily influence millions of people all around the world. Through their technologies, they try to move the world forward and they look for someone who shares a similar vision and wants to partake in making products of the future.
Every year, under Werner von Siemens Awards, a donation of one million Czech crowns is made to support young Czech scientists. Thanks to the Restart@Siemens project, they have been already able to help eight homeless people to secure employment in Siemens and helped them return to normal life. At the same time, they reduce the impact of their activities on the environment, by 2030 they plan to be worldwide CO2 neutral. To harmonize work and family life, company nursery schools are available for Siemens employees in Prague and Ostrava. No matter if you are an early bird or a night owl, flexible working hours, part-time job option or home-office will allow you to schedule your working hours as you need. Every employee is granted 5 week of paid holiday and from cafeteria points another days of paid holidays can be bought, thanks to which employees can spend more time with friends and family.
Siemens offers plenty of opportunities for students. From workshops and seminars to part-time jobs and practice in student offices, where they can directly try working on projects.