• Department/Team: Relocations
  • Position: Relocations Team Leader
  • With Aspöck Systems since October 2015

For me, Aspöck Systems is …

… a promising company that offers numerous opportunities for further development.


Aspöck Systems offers me …

… a varied and exciting workload, flexible working hours.


The best thing about my job is …

… working with other departments and personal contact with external partners.


My career path before and at Aspöck Systems …

After completing my primary education, I attended the technical college for electrical engineering in Leonding. After graduating, I worked in mechanical production at the company Fronius, where I gained my first professional experience.

I had my first contact with Aspöck Systems in 2008 when I started working as a customer complaints clerk in quality assurance. During that time, I passed the "Berufsreifeprüfung" (vocational matriculation examination) and then went on to study at the University of Applied Sciences in Wels. After my studies, I returned to Aspöck Systems in 2015, where I first worked as an industrial engineer and then became a team leader for relocations.

An exciting day at work … 

I begin my working day at 7 am. When I get to the office, I start by working through my emails and preparing for the first team meeting. At this meeting, the new tasks for the day and the week are divided up. Then I receive a call for help from Tunisia – one of our hotmelt plants has a problem and needs to be shut down. Together with my technical colleague, we start analysing the problem with our colleagues at the site via Windows Teams. Finally we find the fault. The defective component is successfully replaced on site and the system can then be put back into operation. As a precaution, a replacement component is sent to the plant.

In the afternoon, I start analysing new articles that need to be relocated. This involves careful work to determine whether the production facilities at our external partners are sufficient or new investments are necessary. After a successful day at work, I feel satisfied as I start my journey home.  


Interesting facts for applicants …  

... pleasant and lively discussions with supervisors.
... active participation in interesting tasks.
… development of specialist knowledge via internal or external further training opportunities.