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    Florian Voit, Robert Müller, Sebastian Söllner, Felix Blechschmidt und Christian Keping (v.l.) freuen sich auf die Ausbildung als Fachinformatiker im Datacenterpark in Falkenstein

    Gunzenhausen/Nürnberg/Falkenstein – 1. September 2013

    German webhosting company Hetzner Online, which is based in Gunzenhausen and has data center parks in Nuremberg and Falkenstein, is this year again focussing on training its own young specialist employees. 

    Eight technology enthusiasts who are training to be IT Specialists in System Integration and one young lady training to be a Commercial Clerk are looking forward to their apprenticeships at locations in Gunzenhausen, Nuremberg and Falkenstein. 

    During the three-year apprenticeship period, trainees work in various departments and have the opportunity to participate in internal training programs. "In view of our international client portfolio, we even have a native English language trainer on the team, to keep our apprentices up to speed in English," said Personnel Officer Sebastian Lippold.

    Hetzner Online currently employs a total of 28 apprentices and one BA student. For the coming year, Hetzner Online is allocating at least 10 places on apprenticeship schemes at all locations. "Interested applicants can find out more about Hetzner Online apprenticeships via jobs.hetzner.de or at one of the many careers fairs in the area," said Personnel Officer Sebastian Lippold. 

  • About Hetzner Online (www.hetzner.com):

    Hetzner Online, with hundreds of thousands of servers in operation, is one of the largest data center operators in Europe. Since its founding in 1997, Hetzner has provided private and business customers with powerful hosting products and reliable IT infrastructure. By combining its strengths in innovative technology, attractive prices, expert support, and flexible customer service, Hetzner has expanded its market both within and outside Germany and Europe. Hetzner, a German company, owns and operates its own high tech data centers in Nuremberg and Falkenstein (both in Germany) and in Helsinki, Finland, and it recently added new locations in Ashburn, Virigina and Hillsboro, Oregon (USA).