After I completed my thesis at HPA, I worked my way up as a civil engineer to become the head of the department, responsible today for railway superstructure projects – from their planning to their execution. I continually switch between the office and the construction site and head the project management. I have lots of different interfaces and am always connecting with other people. This is what makes my job so exciting. I like that everyone just lends a hand here.
All the railway construction sites which are not major projects run through me. An absolute highlight was the construction of the new locomotive service centre. A sophisticated 25-million-euro project that was a lot of fun for me. I like to take responsibility and here is where you have the chance to do so, along with the necessary support for taking over a leadership role
Paths are created by treading them. We continually find new opportunities for mastering our tasks professionally and with a lot of room for new ideas. Our working environment is just as diverse as we are. Experience an impressive employer – with 1,800 different jobs on around 7,000 hectares of port space. The range of our tasks – from nautical to technical careers – offers a wide spectrum of work and thus lots of variety.
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