LTE AT is thinking about how to attract interested employees to pitch their professional tents in the company. Previous experiences in the field of logistics are not necessary to put your career on the right track, but rather a fair amount of curiosity.
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"Today it is the sum of professionists that are decisive for a successful transport," summarizes Daniel Körbler: "Engine drivers drive, wagon masters check the load and wagons so that they can depart, and our dispatchers in the control center monitor everything 24/7, so that transports arrive at their destination on time." In the past, knowledge of the rules made it possible to enter the world of railways, today dispatchers learn about the variety of daily requirements and decisions on to the job.
This results in unimagined career opportunities, which need to be conveyed these days to those who are interested. "Thanks to its youth, LTE-group is highly innovative, both in spirit and in infrastructure: A professional team within a flat hierarchie develops international concepts for its clientele, and just like our team, the technology and our ultra-modern vehicle fleet are also impressive." Körbler adds enthusiastically.
Contrary to the widespread opinion that work location and times impair attractiveness, a balanced working time planning enables flexibility between office and home office, summarizing in a sensitive work life balance with the best possible organization of work and leisure time.
Heinrich Juritsch, Managing Director of LTE Austria, finishes the circle of attractiveness, emphasizing the financial aspect: "Even for beginners, a job at the railway is amongst the most attractive. Due to allowances, bonuses and a de facto 4-day week you get a "15th monthly salary" but also a balanced working year: enthusiasm among the best colleagues at the office and a joyful counterpart with friends and family.
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