People at Schenck Process

    Share what you know. Learn new things. Get ahead.

    Have you got lots of new ideas and ambitious goals? Are you committed and innovative? Do you have some professional experience but want to learn something new and advance your career?

    Schenck Process will help you reach the next milestone in your professional career. Whether you are an academic or a skilled worker, whether you want to continue your previous line of work or head in a new direction – we offer numerous ways of reaching your career goals, at home and abroad.

    D. Benninghoff

    D. Benninghoff
    Mechatronics engineer (BA)

    As a project manager, I'm working on the dream of modern cities: an end to queuing when making short journeys. In Santiago de Chile, we have already been able to show how efficiently everything can run if you simply plan the flows of people with accuracy in advance. Interested in very challenging logistical work?

    Dr. U. Rauchschwalbe

    Dr. U. Rauchschwalbe
    Development engineer

    As a development engineer, I work on creating the basis for perfect products and processes. We ensure that the electronic components and evaluation equipment on our machines work with precision at all times. It's actually rather like riding a bike. If all the components are matched perfectly to one another, it runs smoothly. Interested in precise results?

    M. Akbulut

    M. Akbulut
    Sales engineer

    As a sales engineer in customer services, time is my most valuable asset. But it takes time to find the best product, the most productive solution or the most efficient measuring and process technology system for our customers. And I make time for this. And what is the result? Satisfied customers. Interested in people and solutions?

    A. Sheferawe

    A. Sheferawe
    Steel construction designer

    It's like with my trampoline. It delivers freedom of movement in the air but needs stability and safety on the ground. And the same applies to a frame made from high-quality steel. Would be great for a steel design engineer who used to be a high-performing gymnast.Do you want freedom of movement and responsibility at work?

    N. Heß

    N. Heß
    Administrator

    As assistant to our Managing Director, I work in the office where all the loose ends come together. To make sure we don't end up with an inextricable tangle, we have to inform and organize. And that's just what I enjoy doing. Every day is different. Are you interested in pulling strings?

    N. Becker

    N. Becker
    Contract manager

    For me, that means dealing with orders, collating all important documents, noting every detail and working with everyone else to ensure smooth order processing. I have a hobby where I like to take a close look at things too: macro photography. Looking for a responsible position where you can see the big picture?

    E. Henz, S. Pelz und B. Dotzauer

    E. Henz, S. Pelz und B. Dotzauer
    International participation controller

    In our job as controllers, we have to validate, correctly assess situations, forward plan and act in a controlled manner. And that is best done as a team, a rope team, where everyone helps one another and everyone can move the whole team forwards.