ETM professional control GmbH
We are a software house with over 30 years experience in automation software development and distribution. Our product, a SCADA system (SCADA/HMI) is called SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture and, amongst others, controls the New York tube, tunnels in Hong Kong, pipelines in Russia, CERN in Geneva and many thousands of other technical processes.
Our 170 staff is located in Eisenstadt and Linz in Austria. We are part of the Siemens group, but remaining an independent company, we can perfectly combine the amazing opportunities of a large concern with the flexibility of a medium-size company – which in the end makes us so successful.
We develop and market industrial software, WinCC Open Architecture software – from product management through architecture up to implementation and the required tests – along the entire product lifecycle management process.
We assist our international customers through worldwide consulting services in locations like Sydney, Dallas, New York and in many other places.
In addition to specific individual on-site customizations, we also offer phone-, skype- and remote support services.
Our business developers acquire new partners using among others the worldwide Siemens network. Our system administrators, quality management, accounting and administration staff make sure everything runs smoothly.
We want you!
- You love software
- You are committed and passionate about your work
- Flexible working hours are important to you
- You are an outstanding and passionate programmer
- Overtime payments are important, and you are not keen on all-in contracts
- Home office from time to time sounds good
- You are not allergic to performance bonuses
- You don’t need any application supporting documents
Simply email us your application to email@example.com, or call us on +43 (0) 2682 741 62754; then we can get together at the earliest possible date.
If all goes well then we move on to a follow-up interview where we mutually finalize the last details and outline conditions and welcome you aboard.”