.NET/C# Developer.

Part-Time: 10-15 hours/week

Location: Schwertberg

The Department of IT & Organization is approximately 100-strong and responsible for group-wide infrastructure, client service, and IT security as well as maintaining and advancing all business applications at ENGEL. Our technology stack is based on Microsoft, Siemens TeamCenter/NX, EPLAN and SAP. We aim to operate reliably every day, at the highest level of quality. In addition, topics in the area of cloud strategy and S4/HANA transformation set the guidelines for exciting and challenging projects.


Your Responsibilities

  • The Software Development team in the area of Information Technology & Organization is responsible for designing and developing mobile and cloud applications as well as dialog and interface applications in the Microsoft environment.
  • As a software developer, you are responsible for extending standard capabilities and programming new applications to interact with SAP, cloud services and our design programs.
  • Your responsibilities range from specifying, designing, and generating test codes to implementing applications.
  • Activities such as documentation and support complement your area of responsibility.

What We Are Looking For:

  • Currently enrolled in Business Informatics or Computer Sciences
  • Advanced programming skills in Microsoft .NET Framework, C# and WPF.
  • A good understanding of HTML5, CSS, JavaScript and Angular; MS SQL is an advantage
  • Proficiency in English to communicate with our facilities located abroad
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team, strong communication skills, creativity, and a strong customer service skill set

In addition to an interesting job, we offer:

  • An opportunity to work with a small team of experienced colleagues as part of a team environment that practices team spirit, collaboration, and mutual support.
  • An opportunity to focus on development since organizers will take over specification and documentation responsibilities
  • Work with innovative tools and state-of-the-art technologies
  • A diversified scope of responsibilities and opportunities to introduce your own ideas
  • Multiple educational and further development opportunities to raise your professional and personal/social skills (trainings, conferences, etc.)
  • Balance your studies and work responsibilities with, for example, flexible hours (flexitime, getting bridging days off) and mobile working opportunities

The minimum salary in accordance with the collective agreement (KV Metalltechnische Industrie) is € 2,682.54 gross per month for a full-time position.


Ludwig-Engel-Straße 1
4311 Schwertberg


+43 50 620 0




Sigrid Karan, MA BSc (Team Manager for Recruiting & HR Marketing)

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