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A Career to Enjoy

Entry-level & Experienced Candidates

Our Profiles

Trainee in the food industry

For graduates of any age

With our trainee programme, we wish to target young and “still young” graduates of higher schooling. In 12 to 18 months, we offer you the opportunity to gather your first impressions and experience in a wide array of commercial areas. You will not only become familiar with our products, but rather with company processes and connections.
Your strenghts include:
  • Project management skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Personal initiative
  • Independence

How to proceed

In the trainee programme, you will work independently, with strong support form a manager, on 3 to 4 projects in various commercial areas. Should you be interested in continuing to help shape our company upon completion of the trainee programme, we will be happy to offer you continued employment at Spitz.

Our success stories

Michaela started her career as a trainee at Spitz after completing her master’s degree in biotechnology and environmental technology. During this time, she completed several projects, including some in logistics and in production. After finishing the trainee programme, Michaela and we agreed for her to continue on in the capacity of quality assurance coordinator in the beverages division.
In this role, she shares responsibility with the beverages team for implementing all of the applicable quality norms. Michaela also makes sure that any deviations that arise are resolved appropriately, by rapidly initiating the appropriate measures.
Michaela Lang, Trainee in der Lebensmittelbranche & -industrie bei Spitz

Christian also came to us as a trainee after finishing his studies in environmental and bioresource management. During the trainee programme, Christian was already convinced that he wanted to pursue further development with us in the central quality assurance area. Since then, he has diligently pursued this path. Today, Christian has a leadership role, heading our central department for integrated management systems – QESH (Quality, Environment, Safety, Health) and with his team, he is responsible for setting and putting into practice the company strategy for quality and environmental management, as well as workplace health and safety.

Gerold‘s career at Spitz also began with a traineeship. After projects in logistics, purchasing, confectionery and baked goods and beverage production, his last area of responsibility in the trainee programme brought him to Marketing. Directly afterwards, he took on the role of brand manager. After several years in marketing, Gerold transferred to sales, where he is responsible for branded products as a key account manager.