• SUCCESSFUL APPRENTICESHIPS AT HETZNER ONLINE

  • Eight of the twelve graduates in front of the data center park in Falkenstein.

    Gunzenhausen/Germany – 01. August 2014

    Twelve trainees have successfully completed their apprenticeships with Hetzner Online and all have been offered positions of employment within the company. 

    For many years now, Hetzner Online has been training IT specialists for System Integration and Applications Development in addition to electrical engineers and office managers at its locations in Gunzenhausen, Nuremberg and Falkenstein/Vogtland in Germany. 

    Great emphasis is placed on providing apprentices with intensive and multi-faceted training in-house. Apprentices become acquainted with a wide variety of work areas and rotate through different departments. They are encouraged to work independently and develop their own ideas.

    Stephan Konvickova, authorized signatory for Hetzner Online, congratulated six graduates from Falkenstein, four graduates from Nuremberg and both graduates from Gunzenhausen on being offered positions of employment within the company. The junior employees can look forward to exciting challenges in software development or customer support. 

    The applications phase for apprenticeships starting in 2015 is currently in progress but Hetzner Online is still accepting last minute applications for apprenticeships commencing in September 2014. Interested applicants can find out more at jobs.hetzner.de

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

    Hetzner Online is a professional web hosting provider and experienced data center operator. Since 1997 the company has provided private and business clients with high-performance hosting products as well as the necessary infrastructure for the efficient operation of websites. A combination of stable technology, attractive pricing and flexible support and services has enabled Hetzner Online to continuously strengthen its market position both nationally and internationally. The company owns several data center parks in Germany and Finland.