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Current job offers

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for us, we look forward to receiving your application.

Goslar – Engineer for the research and development of hydrogen electrolysis plants. Core focus: Process engineering and design (m/f/x)

For our site in Goslar, we have a vacancy to be filled at the earliest possible date. Job description:

Process engineer for plant and equipment engineering. Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis and renewable energy systems (m/f/x).

The FEST Group deals with complex topics of industrial and international plant engineering – such as hydrogen electrolysis and its applications – in its three business units Process Automation, IT, and Energy Technology. The FEST Group is part of Schmidt Kranz & Co. GmbH, a family company with a long-standing tradition run by the fourth generation of owners. Schmidt is a successful holding with numerous subsidiaries. Within the group of companies, we offer holistic solutions for the production, storage and utilization of hydrogen from renewable energies.

Your duties:

The focus of your activities will be on the further development and scaling of hydrogen electrolysis plants. Among other things, you will be involved in a BMBF-funded research project within the framework of the hydrogen lead project H2Giga.

  • Conceptual design and development of large-scale electrolysis plants
  • Evaluation of the concepts developed with regard to operational safety, efficiency, and costs
  • Ensuring that the design is suitable for production and assembly
  • Modeling, simulation, and layout of process engineering equipment
  • Coordinating and liaising with project partners from the industrial and scientific sectors
  • You will be working closely within an interdisciplinary team with representatives from the fields of process engineering, design, process automation and manufacturing / assembly.

 

Your profile:

  • You have a university degree in process engineering, chemical engineering or a comparable field with a focus on energy and process engineering.
  • You already possess initial experience in the hydrogen sector.
  • Sound programming skills e.g. in Python, Matlab or OpenFOAM
  • Basic knowledge of 3D CAD software, e.g. Solid Edge, SolidWorks or Autodesk Inventor
  • Independent, structured, goal-oriented and team-oriented working style
  • Very good knowledge of German and good knowledge of English

 

What we offer:

  • Interesting and exciting tasks and projects in a growing company
  • Independent, autonomous scope of duties in an innovative team
  • Short decision-making paths and open communication in a family-run corporate culture
  • Full-time job with 38.5 hours/week, trust-based working hours
  • 30 vacation days
  • A permanent employment contract and fair, performance-based remuneration
  • Additional benefits such as pension allowance contributions, capital-forming benefits, “company bike”, and meal allowance

 

 

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your complete application documents, stating your desired salary and earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail () as a PDF file, or by snail mail:

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at:

| Tel. +49 5321 687-0

Goslar – Process engineer for plant and equipment engineering. Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis and renewable energy systems (m/f/x)

For our site in Goslar, we have a vacancy to be filled at the earliest possible date. Job description:

Process engineer for plant and equipment engineering. Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis and renewable energy systems (m/f/x)

The FEST Group deals with complex topics of industrial and international plant engineering – such as hydrogen electrolysis and its applications – in its three business units Process Automation, IT, and Energy Technology. The FEST Group is part of Schmidt Kranz & Co. GmbH, a family company with a long-standing tradition run by the fourth generation of owners. Schmidt is a successful holding with numerous subsidiaries. Within the group of companies, we offer holistic solutions for the production, storage and utilization of hydrogen from renewable energies.

Your duties:

  • During the fulfillment of customer orders, you will act as a project engineer and be responsible for the process engineering tasks.
  • Conceptual design and layout of H2 electrolysis plants and participation in safety analyzes and HAZOP studies.
  • During the selection and design of the components, you will specify the technical requirements and identify suitable suppliers.
  • You will supervise the commissioning of the H2 electrolysis plants at the production site and at the delivery site.
  • You will compile and maintain the plant documentation.
  • You will assist with advising potential customers and review the technical specifications.
  • You will be working within an interdisciplinary team with representatives from the fields of process engineering, design, process automation and manufacturing / assembly.

 

Your profile:

  • You have a university degree (min. grade “very good”) in process engineering, chemical engineering or a comparable field with a focus on energy and process engineering.
  • Initial professional experience in the project management of process plants, ideally in the hydrogen sector.
  • Knowledge of instrumentation and control engineering (ICE)
  • Programming skills e.g. in Python, Matlab or OpenFOAM are an advantage.
  • You take the initiative, are highly flexible, able to work under pressure, and committed.
  • You are able to manage projects running in parallel, as well as focus on maintaining quality standards and delivering on time.
  • Very good knowledge of German and good knowledge of English

 

What we offer:

  • Interesting and exciting tasks and projects in a growing company
  • Independent, autonomous scope of duties in an innovative team
  • Short decision-making paths and open communication in a family-run corporate culture
  • Full-time job with 38.5 hours/week, trust-based working hours
  • 30 vacation days
  • A permanent employment contract and fair, performance-based remuneration
  • Additional benefits such as pension allowance contributions, capital-forming benefits, “company bike”, and meal allowance

 

 

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your complete application documents, stating your desired salary and earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail () as a PDF file, or by snail mail:

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at:

| Tel. +49 5321 687-0

Goslar – Project engineer / Technician for EMSR (ICE). Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis and renewable energy systems (m/f/x)

For our site in Goslar, we have a vacancy to be filled at the earliest possible date. Job description:

Project engineer / Technician for EMSR (ICE). Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis and renewable energy systems (m/f/x)

In the FEST Group and its affiliated companies, we employ more than 230 people at our locations in Germany, Austria and Russia. We provide engineering services and deliver solutions for the process industries independent of manufacturers and industries. The FEST Group deals with complex topics of industrial and international plant engineering, as well as the innovative field of renewable energy – such as hydrogen electrolysis and its applications – in its three business units Process Automation, IT, and Energy Technology. The FEST Group is part of Schmidt Kranz & Co. GmbH, a family company with a long-standing tradition run by the fourth generation of owners. Schmidt is a successful holding with numerous subsidiaries.

Your duties:

  • Technical planning, selection, design and specifications of ICE equipment (including sensors, actuators, control cabinets, assemblies, and control systems)
  • Concept development in the basic project phases as well as independent development of technical solutions
  • Compiling of P&I flow diagrams, instrument lists, parts lists and circuit diagrams, taking into account technical standards and regulations
  • Compilation of costs, calculation of quotations, and planning of schedules for implementation
  • Supervision of projects in the planning and execution phase

 

Your profile:

  • Degree from a university (or university of applied sciences) in automation technology, measurement and control technology, or electrical engineering
  • Practical experience in plant planning as well as experience with instrumentation and control engineering projects
  • Good knowledge of electrical, instrumentation and automation systems
  • Knowledge of norms, safety regulations, and standards
  • Structured and independent working style
  • Very good knowledge of German and good knowledge of English, both written and spoken

 

What we offer:

  • Interesting and exciting tasks and projects in a growing company
  • Independent, autonomous scope of duties in an innovative team
  • Short decision-making paths and open communication in a family-run corporate culture
  • Full-time job with 38.5 hours/week, trust-based working hours
  • 30 vacation days
  • A permanent employment contract and fair, performance-based remuneration
  • Additional benefits such as pension allowance contributions, capital-forming benefits, “company bike”, and meal allowance

 

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your complete application documents, stating your desired salary and earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail  () as a PDF file, or by snail mail:

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at:

| Tel. +49 5321 687-0

Goslar – Civil engineer for process plant engineering. Core focus: Hydrogen systems (production, logistics and tank systems), (m/f/x)

For our site in Goslar, we have a vacancy to be filled at the earliest possible date. Job description:

Civil engineer for process plant engineering. Core focus: Hydrogen systems (production, logistics and tank systems), (m/f/x)

In the FEST Group and its affiliated companies, we employ more than 230 people at our locations in Germany, Austria and Russia. We provide engineering services and deliver solutions for the process industries independent of manufacturers and industries. The FEST Group deals with complex topics of industrial and international plant engineering, as well as the innovative field of renewable energy – such as hydrogen electrolysis and its applications – in its three business units Process Automation, IT, and Energy Technology. The FEST Group is part of Schmidt Kranz & Co. GmbH, a family company with a long-standing tradition run by the fourth generation of owners. Schmidt is a successful holding with numerous subsidiaries.

Your duties:

  • As lead engineer for civil engineering, you will carry out the civil engineering planning and execution in industrial construction and plant engineering for process plants, in particular hydrogen systems
  • In the civil engineering segment, you will be responsible for technical management and planning, as well as for the coordination of structural aspects
  • You will compile functional specifications for the assigned trades and suppliers, and also conduct technical and commercial negotiations within the scope of the civil engineering sub-project
  • As an experienced engineer, you will be responsible for the technical interfaces, handle the technical dialog with the customer, as well as the coordination of employees and suppliers
  • Throughout the entire construction project, you keep an eye on important key figures such as quality, costs and time, and ensure that they are adhered to
  • You are proficient in the IT tools required of a civil engineer, such as 3D CAD (Solid-Edge, if applicable), engineering tools for planning and structural analysis, as well as general Office tools

Your profile:

  • You hold a degree in civil engineering with a specialization in structural engineering or a comparable field.
  • In addition, you already have several years of professional experience in handling projects for plant construction, industrial construction and/or chemical process engineering
  • You have proven experience as a civil engineer in structural design, steel construction, and civil engineering
  • You are able to demonstrate your skills as a responsible civil engineering sub-project manager and your coordination skills in both German and English
  • You always take the initiative, are highly flexible, able to work under pressure, and committed.
  • If you would describe yourself as an integrative team member with a high degree of independence and are interested in taking on tasks in a new and fast-growing market environment, we would like to get to know you

What we offer:

  • Interesting and exciting tasks and projects in an established company environment
  • Independent, autonomous scope of duties in an innovative team
  • Short decision-making paths and open communication in a family-run corporate culture
  • Full-time job with 38.5 hours/week, trust-based working hours
  • 30 vacation days
  • A permanent employment contract and fair, performance-based remuneration
  • Additional benefits such as pension allowance contributions, capital-forming benefits, “company bike”, and meal allowance

 

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your complete application documents, stating your desired salary and earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail () as a PDF file, or by snail mail:

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at:

| Tel. +49 5321 687-0

Goslar – Internship / Master’s thesis in the field of hydrogen electrolysis. Core focus: Process engineering (m/f/x)

For our site in Goslar, we have a vacancy to be filled. Job description:

Internship / Master’s thesis in the field of hydrogen electrolysis. Core focus: Process engineering (m/f/x)

The FEST Group deals with complex topics of industrial and international plant engineering – such as hydrogen electrolysis and its applications – in its three business units Process Automation, IT, and Energy Technology. The FEST Group is part of Schmidt Kranz & Co. GmbH, a family company with a long-standing tradition run by the fourth generation of owners. Schmidt is a successful holding with numerous subsidiaries. Within the group of companies, we offer holistic solutions for the production, storage and utilization of hydrogen from renewable energies.

Your duties:

For the optimization and scale-up of our PEM electrolysis systems, model-based development of equipment and sub-processes constitutes a key activity for our process engineering team at the Goslar site.

  • As part of the team, you will assist with the identification of suitable simulation software solutions and integrate them into the existing infrastructure.

  • You will identify suitable modeling approaches for the design of various process engineering equipment

  • You will implement the computational models identified and conduct parameter studies for the optimization of the equipment design

  • You will be working closely with process engineers and the design and process automation departments.

Your profile:

  • You are studying process engineering, chemical engineering or a comparable field with a focus on energy and process engineering.

  • You already have initial experience in the development of simulation models.

  • Sound programming skills e.g. in Python, Matlab or OpenFOAM

  • Very good knowledge of German

What we offer:

  • You will be part of the team from day one and be given the opportunity to take over (partial) projects on your own responsibility.

  • Interesting and exciting tasks in a rapidly growing company

  • Short decision-making paths and open communication

 

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your complete application documents, stating your desired salary and earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail () as a PDF file, or by snail mail:

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at:

| Tel. +49 5321 687-0

Goslar – Working student (Werkstudent) for mechanical design (CAD). Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis (m/f/x)

For our site in Goslar, we have a vacancy to be filled. Job description:

Working student (Werkstudent) for mechanical design (CAD). Core focus: Hydrogen electrolysis (m/f/x)

The FEST Group deals with complex topics of industrial and international plant engineering – such as hydrogen electrolysis and its applications – in its three business units Process Automation, IT, and Energy Technology. The FEST Group is part of Schmidt Kranz & Co. GmbH, a family company with a long-standing tradition run by the fourth generation of owners. Schmidt is a successful holding with numerous subsidiaries. Within the group of companies, we offer holistic solutions for the production, storage and utilization of hydrogen from renewable energies.

Your duties:

  • Creation of individual components or small assemblies in CAD
  • Assignment and maintenance of metadata (material, manufacturer, item no. etc.)
  • Entering these administered components into our standard parts management system
  • Alignment of the data with our ERP system
  • Where necessary, creation of individual part drawings for documentation purposes

Your profile:

  • Currently studying mechanical engineering or a comparable field (Bachelor or Master).
  • Experience in using one of the following 3D CAD systems: Inventor, SolidEdge, SolidWorks or similar.
  • You take the initiative, are highly flexible, able to work under pressure, and committed.
  • You enjoy 3D design

What we offer::

  • Interesting projects in the hydrogen technology segment
  • Being part of a young engineering team with the possibility to work independently
  • Short decision-making paths and open communication in a family-run corporate culture

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your application documents, stating your earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail as a PDF file to:

Application documents comprise:

  • Curriculum vitae in table format
  • Samples of components/assemblies previously designed, either by yourself or as part of a team
  • An overview of grades or certificates are not necessary

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at: https://www.fest-group.de/de/karriere.html | personal@fest-group.de | Tel. +49 5321 687-0

 

If you are enthusiastic about learning new things and getting exciting tasks done, are looking for a challenging environment with short decision-making paths where you will be challenged and encouraged, and would like to put your passion to work for FEST GmbH, we look forward to receiving your application.

Interested?

If so, please send us your complete application documents, stating your desired salary and earliest possible starting date, preferably by e-mail () as a PDF file, or by snail mail:

FEST GmbH | Personalwesen (HR) | Harzburger Str. 14 | 38642 Goslar

More information at:

| Tel. +49 5321 687-0

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