At Hilti we have created an environment in which anyone who wants to continuously learn, challenge and be challenged, thrives. Here you can have an incredibly varied career, where you can create your own opportunity, where we set no limits to what you can achieve.
We want to share with you some of our team’s careers and the opportunities that they have created. Simply select the three options below to take a glimpse into the future with us.
These Hilti employees match your selections exactly. They share the same career level, department and key characteristic.
Career history at Hilti
I joined Hilti as a graduate in CEMS International Management, having already done an internship and master’s thesis with the company. I am interested in Logistics and Hilti enabled me within 2 years to experience all areas of it, starting with planning and purchasing through warehousing to transportation. That was extremely important to me at the start of my career. Moreover, with shifts in positions I shifted also locations, which made the experience from the cultural perspective even more interesting.
On top of possibility of international movements, Hilti has a strong team spirit embedded in the company, which makes it also fun to work for Hilti.
Career history at Hilti
I first made contact with Hilti in Liechtenstein while doing a consultancy project at university. I was inspired by their strong team spirit and drive to innovate, and applied to do an internship with them in production technology research.
I stayed on to do another internship, this time in China, working on lean processes in one of our Shanghai production plants. While this was a very different culture to the one I’d experienced in Schaan, I found the same Hilti spirit in China as in Europe!
I joined Hilti ‘officially’ after graduating from university, and moved into a global role in lean manufacturing. During this time, Hilti supported me in completing my PhD alongside work. It was a big personal challenge for me, which wouldn’t have been possible without the great support of my team and team lead.
My next role involved a move to Germany, where I worked in our Kaufering plant near Munich. I was leading the logistics department while also working on a global project to shape our future supply chain. It was a great learning experience, which has been an essential part of my personal development plan, as agreed between me and my team lead. Thanks to the ongoing support of my team, I now have the privilege of leading Hilti’s chemical anchor and firestop production unit, which means carving the way to digitilization. I’m the youngest member of the plant’s management team, so it’s an especially big honour for me.
After more than eight years at Hilti – that’s six jobs in nine sites on three continents – I’m still inspired by our highly-motivated team. Everyone is given the chance to learn and grow every day. And in many cases – like mine – we’re given huge responsibility very early in our career.
These Hilti employees share your department and career level but have a different key characteristic.