AOE is a rapidly growing agile IT company with currently more than 200 employees in Wiesbaden. We are looking for a qualified Student Trainee for Cloud Engineering (m/f/d) to start as soon as possible.
Are you a student of a computer science-related course and interested in Cloud Computing and DevOps? Do a modern office, cool colleagues and benefits such as Thai massage sound good to you? Then you've come to the right place.
As a Student Trainee (~20 hours/week) you will support our Platform Engineering Team (PET). Exciting and varied tasks in the areas of software development and cloud infrastructure await you. You will be able to work with the latest technology and will always be on the cutting edge.
You have the possibility of writing your thesis in cooperation with AOE. If desired, working fulltime at AOE after your studies is also an option.
Apply today for the position of Student Trainee Cloud Engineering (m/f/d). We are looking forward to meeting you!
AOE is a leading global technology and consulting company that supports large companies in strategic digitalization efforts. The focus is on the development of innovative E-Commerce and portal solutions based on Open Source technology. With our 300+ employees at 8 global locations, we handle hundreds of implementations for well-known global companies such as Deutsche Telekom, congstar, Commerzbank, Frankfurt Airport, Heathrow Airport, Singapore Airlines, Angry Birds, Sony and Panasonic. Based on our top employee ratings on Kununu, we have consistently ranked among the top 5 companies in Germany in the categories of best employer and work-life balance in recent years.
We will be happy to receive your application and answer any questions you may have at any time. You can reach us by phone at +49 6122 70707-0 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jana, Astrid and Melissa
AOE Recruiting Team
If you are interested in a position at AOE, then apply today. We are very curious to hear your story. Our application process is quite informal, so you don't need to fear unpleasant questions, assessment centers or the like.