Opportunities for Pupils

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Do you need a plan for the future? We have it! A whole range of different fields and training routes are open to you: Do you see yourself in a commercial role, or are you more technology-minded? Maybe you also want to get a college degree? We can help you identify and develop your strengths. A motivated team and dedicated contact partners are there for you, because we believe that training should give you the optimal qualifications and bring out the best in you. We work together to build your future.


More than 22 different trainee occupations at 20 locations are waiting for you. Or would you prefer a dual study program? Whichever route you choose, practical relevance is always a priority at Liebherr, giving you great career entry opportunities afterwards.


Generating enthusiasm for future careers is a priority for Liebherr companies in Switzerland. At four sites, they offer attractive projects, practical teamwork, motivated trainers, and more.


Liebherr in France offers talented individuals in-depth training with top-quality support and modern working conditions. At four sites, careers range from aerospace technology and metal construction to purchasing and logistics.


Since 2009, Liebherr has trained nationally accredited machine technicians in its modern training center at the Radinovo site. Courses combine in-depth theoretical teaching with exciting practical tasks in the domestic appliances division.


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Jessica Böhm

“I already knew quite early on where I wanted to go once I finished school: Liebherr. The company now offers excellent ...” More

Benoit Wirth

“I fulfilled my childhood dream with my apprenticeship at Liebherr. When I was little, I sat on many agricultural and ...” More

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We are always on the lookout for talented people who will contribute their expertise and enthusiasm to the Liebherr Group in many different fields. All job vacancies

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