Want to Work for Audi?

Now this is something you don't often see these days...German manufacturer Audi has put 100 apprentice positions out for grabs in the fields of electronics and mechatronics. Go for it and at the end of both the training and apprenticeship periods you may end up working for a premium car manufacturer. The question is, would you want to, given the crisis and all that. We'll leave that decision up to you, but if you decide to go for it, here's the why and the how.

Applications can be submitted by those interested through the following link, but no later than September 30 this year. German language skills are required, as the address in question has no English section. But don't let that stop you. As we said, 100 position are waiting to be filled in, but don't expect an easy competition.

What do you have to gain? Obviously, both the requirements and the perks that come with the job have not been made public. But the important step is to get accepted to an interview and you'll probably see from there. Werner Widuckel, Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources does hint to something though:

With ten of these 100 new training positions, we will offer young people the exceptional opportunity to learn a profession while at the same time completing a course of studies. And this is irrespective of social circumstances, since Audi pays the tuition fees.

But why is Audi so generous? Well, you do know they turn 100 this year (hence the 100 job openings). And besides, what better way than this to rub the competition's nose in it?

We will leave you to fill your application now and wish you good luck, or brake a leg, or whatever your local "good luck" phrase is. We hope to write about your achievements soon.
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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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