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The beginning of many great careers: an apprenticeship at  Magna

Help shape the mobility of the future and bring new vehicle ideas to the road that bear your mark: With an apprenticeship at Magna, you establish the ideal prerequisites for it. Learn from the best – become one of the best. We provide the opportunity. 

Nothing is more exciting and multifaceted than the automotive world and its innovations. You can not only discover this world at Magna. You’ll immerse deeply in it and always have an eye on your future with the company. Many of our former apprentices are now at the forefront of an international development team and have responsibilities in a broad range of different company divisions.

We foster your strengths
With us, everybody gets an equal chance: whether you are a boy or girl, what counts for us is your passion for the mobility of the future. With a cutting-edge training workshop, special training programs and great teams, we are laying the foundation for many professional success stories. Maybe yours soon too!

Our experts

Our Magna experts are highly qualified professionals with extensive knowledge and many years of experience in their respective fields.

With their profound understanding of the automotive industry and their technical expertise, they constitute the heart of our team. Whether in vehicle development, production technology, electronics or drive systems – our experts are distinguished by their innovative strength and commitment. Their passion for excellence drives them to develop made-to-measure solutions and master complex challenges.

Thanks to their wide-ranging know-how, our experts play a huge role in the success and continuous development of Magna.

Stefan rath

Stefan Rath – from apprentice to maintenance planner

He began his apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician at Magna Steyr in 2002. At the time, there were many excellent reasons for applying to Magna Steyr: a positive environment, technology, the fascination for automotive vehicles, supplementary training options and opportunities for internal promotion. After completing his apprenticeship with outstanding success in January 2006, he initiated his career path in the Maintenance department. Two years later, he switched to the Planning division, where he played a part in numerous projects as deputy group leader. His professional highlights included the management of projects abroad – e.g., in China, Malaysia and England. Since the summer of 2016, as maintenance planner, Stefan Rath has been working on the constant advancement of maintenance – keyword: Industry 4.0 – coordinating the work of more than 40 employees.

Waldemar Hiebler

Waldemar Hiebler – from apprentice to process planner

At the age of 22 and having graduated from a Higher Education School, Waldemar Hiebler did not match the profile of a typical apprentice. For him, however, training as a mechatronics technician was the perfect opportunity to pursue his passion for technology with a focus on actual practice. When he got a chance to become a part of Magna as an apprentice, he was overjoyed. After completing his training in 2017, he joined the Engineering department as a maintenance engineer. Today, Waldemar Hiebler is a salaried employee. As a work scheduler and process planner, his tasks cover a wide range of activities. His field of responsibility ranges from Excel programming tasks (VBA) to the creation of safety documentations for robot cells all the way to tasks in the area of CAD designs.

Thomas Müller

Thomas Müller – from apprentice to Senior Manager Production

Thomas Müller initiated his career in September 1997 with an apprenticeship as a machinist and lathe operator at Magna Powertrain. No later than two years after completing his apprenticeship, he was responsible, as an adjuster, for retooling machines and drawing up shift plans. In the following years, the new Production at the Lannach site advanced into a structured, dynamic organizational unit at which Thomas Müller was in charge of part of the lathe operator shop as a group leader. In 2021, his steep career was crowned with the promotion to Senior Manager Production with personnel responsibility for approximately 180 employees.