The growing speed of development in the global sales markets and the increasing demands of customers result in new opportunities for Miba. As a growth-oriented company, we have set ourselves the goal of using these opportunities and transforming them into lasting success. To do so, we need the best minds from around the world.
The Miba Global Graduate Program is made for young and talented graduates with an academic background (technical and/or commercial) with a high self driving strive for success. Intensive on-the-job training and project work will prepare you for future international assignments, specific projects or leadership positions at Miba.
All in all, the Miba Global Graduate Program is a long-term investment in an international career at Miba. It not only enables participants to gain first professional experiences but also prepares them for global assignments in challenging positions. We expect candidates to have a passion for success, and, in exchange, we offer challenges, perspectives and benefits.
Take the chance – get your career started and join our global team!
Master's degree in a technical or commercial discipline (e.g. engineering, economy, finance)
International and work experience preferred (e.g. study, internship)
Fluent English skills, other languages advantageous
Open to intercultural experiences, affinity for networking
Diversity drives Miba`s future generations. Regardless of your cultural background and nationality, fostering collaboration in diverse teams is of high strategic importance for Miba.
Your global career is just one step away: Job opportunities
Our goal is to start on a yearly base with a group of at least 4 Globalites. In order to increase diversity, our HC managers in Slovakia, China, USA and Austria are searching for candidates in parallel. Apply for the Global Graduate Program in the country close to your home-country.
In intensive interview rounds you have the chance to find out your potential for a Globalite and receive deep informations about the program.
The final decision will be taken after an Assessment Center. There will be one in Slovakia, China, USA and Austria with an international observers team.