There are more than 70,000 employees worldwide at the DRÄXLMAIER Group. Do you want to learn more about our corporate culture and your career opportunities? Then click here to learn what the employees of the DRÄXLMAIER Group have to say!
Together with his colleagues at the DRÄXLMAIER Campus in Garching near Munich, Paul works on simulations and models to determine the condition of vehicle batteries. The electrical engineer studied in Landshut, Munich and Madrid, and now works for DRÄXLMAIER on the mobility of the future. read more >
The perfect combination: Not only is Stephan the person who writes software for vehicle electronic components at the DRÄXLMAIER Campus in Garching near Munich, he is also the one who puts them into operation and provides his colleagues with functioning parts. read more >
Programming to the max: At the DRÄXLMAIER Campus in Garching near Munich, Simon works with simulation models and machine learning to develop algorithms for digital services to assess battery conditions in electric vehicles. When he studied energy engineering, Simon specialized in battery systems – and found the perfect job at DRXÄLMAIER straight out of college. read more >
"The beginning of my work for DRAEXLMAIER was the best decision at that time. Although the job is demanding, it gives a lot of satisfaction and offers chances for professional development. The stable employement means a stable position for me and my family."
"I've been with the company for 15 years and I still come to work every day with pleasure. There is always something new to explore. For example, since I am a team leader, I am learning how to motivate my co-workers and how to maintain a pleasant working atmosphere. I love working with a team and achieving results together with my colleagues."
As team leader Concept Development Wiring Systems Oliver Druhm works on creative solutions for the mobility of tomorrow. read more
Tobias Ettengruber is responsible for developing and producing the testing and manufacturing equipment. Each project is different, so he has many responsibilities and he has to meet many technical challenges.
"I chose to become a tool mechanic because I enjoy working with metal. I also enjoy working with the CNC-controlled machinery in our milling shop. Handling injection molding tools is very technically challenging. These are used to manufacture complex vehicle interiors, such as door panels or center consoles."
Simon Huber analyzes wiring harnesses in regard to their automatization.
I work to find solutions to technical requirements for new products. read more
"I am happy about the opportunity to work for this company. Who would have thought that in a small town like Kavadarci, I will get the chance to work for an international company in the premium segment of the automotive industry? I've developed so many skills and also received new certifications. The corporate and organizational culture has a positive impact on my personality, too."
Since his childhood, Thomas Oswald showed an interest in motor vehicles. As a trainee in electrical system development at DRÄXLMAIER, he can show his passion for it every day ... read more
Since completing her training at DRÄXLMAIER, Linda Paintner has been working in interior predevelopment. In the video, she talks about her final thesis and her exciting job.
As technical project leader for quality, Sonja Praml is responsible for satisfied customers who return again and again.
The use of renewable energy has occupied Lars-Erik Pudwel since the beginning of his studies in mechanical engineering. As a trainee in the electronics area, he can make a contribution to the further development of alternative drives ...read more
Along with his engineers, Christoph Riester works on the vehicle interior of the future.
“The team spirit at DRÄXLMAIER is something special. I am privileged to experience this every day in developing new design studies. The entire team is highly motivated and wants to bring the project to successful implementation.”
Dario Wissler has personally experienced the opportunities offered by the trainee program at DRÄXLMAIER: Six month after his trainee education, he has assumed full responsibility for industrial engineering at the DRÄXLMAIER Group in Great Britain ... read more
The record of Michael Wortberg, electrical/electronics developer at DRÄXLMAIER, is impressive. So far, patents have been applied for 25 of his inventions. Seven of them already have been patented. Another 32 applications are still in the review process ... read more
“My colleagues treated me like part of a family right from the start. I was always able to rely on their support, in preparing for exams, for example. For that, there were exercises once a week and also several training courses. I was able to prepare perfectly for my exams and for the start of my career. And even with all the studying and training, I still had a lot of fun.”
"DRÄXLMAIER operates worldwide. The prospect of being able to continue developing and working internationally motivated me right from the start. The very high level of training combined with the great team spirit and offers like the introductory seminar or “Apprenticeship Night” helped me master the training.”
"When I joined the DRÄXLMAIER Group, I was impressed with the team spirit I found there. The achievements of a single person might be limited, but by sharing and learning from each other, we create a positive working environment to accomplish outstanding results."
"With the rapid growth of DRÄXLMAIER in China I had the opportunity to develop my career and become a team leader. DRÄXLMAIER is an excellent company that provides an open, tolerant and people-oriented environment. Our team, for example, has efficiently developed HR programs for China, and we continue making progress every day."