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Industrial engineers at thyssenkrupp

Combining engineering and entrepreneurship

Whether logistics or quality assurance, purchasing or technical sales, strategy development or project management: at thyssenkrupp industrial engineers work in cross-cutting technical and commercial functions. They combine engineering know-how with business perspectives to strike a balance between the technically possible and the economically desirable.

As a result of their broad-based training, industrial engineers can be found in all segments and functions at our company. They support the production and sales of automotive components, mechanical and plant engineering as well as materials trading.

It doesn’t matter whether you’ve just finished university or already have professional experience: If you want to join us in developing sustainable solutions for the future and ensuring their market success, as an industrial engineer we can offer you interesting jobs and attractive career opportunities.

Why thyssenkrupp?

Your job as an industrial engineer: Develop the future of thyssenkrupp.

104,000 colleagues who want to share their knowledge to develop new solutions – on all continents and in a wide variety of fields. There’s virtually no sector in which solutions from thyssenkrupp do not play a key role. And virtually no area in which industrial engineers do not make a significant contribution to our success.

Take your next career step with us. In a group of companies built on engineering expertise and with ambitious goals for the future. Work with colleagues who build on your ideas and technical perspectives in a job that offers you challenges and prospects.

Who we are

What skills and expierence you need

At thyssenkrupp industrial engineers work closely with suppliers in purchasing, with customers in sales, with technical colleagues in production and with management in administrative areas. So whatever function you choose, in addition to outstanding technical know-how you should also have really strong communication skills. To ensure you are a good fit as a colleague, it’s generally important that you can offer the following: 

  • Degree in industrial engineering

  • Sector-specific knowledge

  • Good written and spoken English

  • Keen to work in an international team


Nadine El Sabeh

Manager Operational Performance

Let’s move towards change together: Nadine El Sabeh works in the Operational Performance unit at thyssenkrupp Automotive Technology. It’s her job to closely examine the various processes at the production facilities of the Automotive segment. Her secret formula? Definitely teamwork! This collaborative approach is key to the success of Nadine’s work. In this interview she tells us about the positive changes and potential she sees at thyssenkrupp.

To the interview

Peter Beckers

Peter Beckers

Head of Business Excellence and Transformation Program

Seize every opportunity: That’s Peter Beckers’ way of thinking. After almost six years with thyssenkrupp he’s already in his third role and has always kept his eyes firmly forward. In his position as Head of Business Excellence and Transformation Program at thyssenkrupp Springs & Stabilizers, the 33-year-old manager is responsible among other things for local measures aimed at ensuring the individual sites identify and develop their potential year by year.

To the interview

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