Is your talent being wasted? Do you want more job satisfaction?
Are you looking for a challenge that will make full use of your knowledge and ability?
If so, come and work for Tecnotion, an honest company which respects the individual, creates opportunities for personal growth, encourages teamwork, expects professionalism and demands quality.
Tecnotion is the only high-tech company in the world that specialises entirely in the development and production of linear motors. Our products facilitate an enormous range of technological developments throughout the world. Your computer, television, smartphone and much more... none of them could be produced without our motors. This means that our organisation never stands still, and looks for new challenges from every angle.
All of our employees are highly motivated professionals who work closely together; they are the beating heart of our organisation. Autonomy and a high degree of responsibility are the key motivating factors. That’s why you are always so important to us; your efforts contribute to the company’s growth, and we value that. Thanks to this approach, working for Tecnotion is inspiring and, above all, rewarding.
Working for Tecnotion means more than just contributing to our technical solutions at an international level. Our Almelo branch has around 150 employees, and our site in China employs more than 125 people. All the departments – Operations, Logistics, Sales, Research & Development, Engineering, Quality, Finance and HRM – come together at these locations.
Our company is surging ahead, and we are regularly looking for new co-workers. The vacancies are usually announced on the website, but temporary vacancies are generally filled via other recruitment channels.
Interested in a job with Tecnotion? Or perhaps you would like to stay informed about developments in our organisation? Then subscribe to join the Tecnotion Talent Pool. Send an e-mail with your resume and of course your job interests to email@example.com. Our HRM department will contact you when suitable vacancies arise.
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