As a Systems Engineer in our Factory Integration department you will be responsible for the system availability and uptime. You will undertake improvement initiatives by means of effective problem management and ensure the timely resolution of incident tickets or change requests. Become part of a successful team on the leading edge of industrial technology!
Fresh Graduate (without work experience)
The Factory Integration division provides system solutions for factory and process automation in the Infineon Group and is a key element for integration, control, automation and optimization in production. The result are solutions that are groundbreaking for the modern manufacturing landscape (Industry 4.0) within the Infineon Group.
As a Systems Engineer you will provide operational support through monitoring system health and capacity to ensure reliable 24x7 operations of mission-critical applications.
In your new Job you will:
As a true team player you work ambitiously, together with your colleagues, on pushing ideas to their full implementation and application. You demonstrate strong communication skills and know how to establish lasting relationships and networks with colleagues at all levels.
You are best equipped if you have:
We are going to staff this position through one of our partners. A valid Austrian work permit is a prerequisite. Our partner offers a payment EUR 2.760 (gross) per month (14 times p.a.) according to the collective agreement for workers and employees in the electrical and electronics industry. A higher payment is negotiable depending on your expertise and skills. Furthermore, Infineon offers additional employee benefits.
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We make life easier, safer and greener - with technology that achieves more, consumes less and is accessible to everyone. Microelectronics from Infineon is the key to a better future. Efficient use of energy, environmentally-friendly mobility and security in a connected world - we solve some of the most critical challenges that our society faces while taking a conscientious approach to the use of natural resources.
The Information Technology department has become an important business advisor for Infineon, converting business requirements into great IT solutions. It is responsible for provisioning hardware and software solutions at benchmark costs for all areas within Infineon reaching from office users to research & development, to frontend and backend production around the globe. More than 1000 IT-colleagues work closely together with other business areas and external partners. They increase the efficiency of business processes offering more than just modern equipment, secure infrastructure and newest communication solutions.
The City of Villach is located in the center of Carinthia, Austria's southernmost province, in close proximity to the Italian and Slovenian border. Due to its particular geographic location and the outstanding natural beauty of the region, Villach and the whole province of Carinthia have for generations been popular holiday destinations for people from all over the world. Its unique landscape combines mountains and valleys, lakes and rivers, city and countryside. In addition to the favorable geographic location, living in Austria also has many social, health-care-related and economic perks. The country's social and health care system is among the best in the world and for decades numerous international surveys have singled out Austria as a particularly safe and wealthy country with a high quality of life. Villach benefits from its status as a "small town", offering everyday living at affordable prices in an outstanding setting. So it's no surprise that the city on the Drau is considered the "home of work-life balance".
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Almost 4.200 people work at four different sites in Austria.