Start your career development at PMH, even while still a student!
We invite you to explore our site and learn about career opportunities at the Powertrain Manufacturing for Heavy vehicles Application Lab. PMH is working with both professionals on full or part-time employment as well as graduate and undergraduate students seeking hands-on experience in related fields of study.
At PMH, you can participate in research projects, collaborate with top research teams and industrial companies. Here you can grow, gain satisfying experience, and expand your networking which will lead you to a bright career future.
Darya Botkina (Working Group Manager):
“I have been working at PMH Application Lab since spring 2017. I get a chance to work on the actual industrial problems within smart manufacturing, digitalization and Industry 4.0. My tasks are always challenging and interesting, help me to develop and learn new every day. PMH Application Lab lets me do exactly what I love.”
Maran Tirou (Project Manager):
“Joining PMH as a student assistant during its early stages gave me a chance to see its steady and swift progress to what it has become today. It gave me a chance to interact with industry partners, handle assignments and follow deadlines. After having completed my Masters, I have re-joined PMH as a Project Manager. It has been a wonderful experience so far and I look forward to the challenges and opportunities the future of PMH has to offer me.”
Katrin Kersch (Student Assistant):
“After my first year of Master studies, I started working as student assistant for the PMH Application Lab. To be able to assist and be a part of the state of the art research in a field that is of personal interest as well as of the industry is an opportunity that I’m very grateful for. It enables me to apply my knowledge and skills first hand but primarily acquire the knowledge of more skilled researchers. I feel as I’m a part of a great team and I thank PMH for that great opportunity and would like to recommend every student to challenge themselves in similar ways during their studies, if possible.”