A career in business with culinary pleasure
Pupils and Students
Internships for students
Internships are a key component of many universities’ and higher schools’ curricula. They offer the opportunity for companies and students to exchange and use each others’ knowledge and experience. That is why we offer students the opportunity to complete their internship requirements in food technology at Spitz in Attnang-Puchheim and work on exciting projects together.
University of applied sciences - required internship
In food technology and product development
Every year, we offer students majoring in food technology and product development the opportunity to complete an internship for their bachelor’s and master’s thesis work. With professional supervision and support from our employees with many years of experience, they can tackle an appropriate project. This way, students can get their first impressions of our company and decide whether they are interested in a subsequent career at Spitz.
Additional university internships
Due to our positive experiences with internships in the field of food technology, we are receptive to internships in other areas.
We ask that the scope of the internship (duration, time period, associated goals or thesis projects, topic fields, etc.) be defined as clearly as possible at the time of application.
Summer jobs/internships for pupils
In the summer months of July or August, we offer pupils the opportunity to spend 4 weeks gathering their first work experience at Spitz. Many of our employees got to know our company during their school time in this way and decided to pursue a career at Spitz.
How can I apply?
The application period for summer jobs in Attnang-Puchheim is opened in September on our job portal. Due to our shift schedule, applicants for positions in the production area must be at least 18 years of age for a summer job at Spitz.
When are the summer job positions filled?
There is a great deal of interest for a summer job with us, so we first collect all applications for consideration. In the spring, we begin the selection process and assign positions. All applicants are then notified of the results.
Astrid began her career at Spitz as a summer intern in the laboratory. After completing her master’s degree in food science and technology, she began working as a food engineer at Spitz. She now leads the technology and development team in the confectionery and baked goods division.