Family businesses are known for the good working environments that they create. With us that’s no different. Those who opt to work within the EPC Group get an attractive workplace environment with the opportunity to develop skills within our company structure. If you like taking responsibility? Excellent, EPC offers a lot of opportunities for you to implement your talents and develop your career.
As a medium-sized family-owned business we have a lot to offer our employees: we are proud of our drive towards innovation and our flat team structures. We appreciate and respect long-term partnerships.
This enables us to provide top quality training for young professionals and further education options permanent employees alongside the promise of a secure career path.
“Our employees are the most valuable asset.”
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Henkel, Company Founder
The EPC Group today has over 300 highly motivated employees at eight German locations in Rudolstadt, Arnstadt, Alzenau, Leuna, Jena, Gera, Wurzen and Hamburg. In a survey conducted by the renowned German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche, they rated us as one of the most valuable employers in the region. We were particularly pleased to receive this award this year!
What we do so well and why our employees feel so comfortable? Find out for yourself and apply for one of our positions or take the initiative!
Your preferred position or location is not listed? We are also looking forward to receiving unsolicited applications via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The vacant positions of our subsidiaries can be found here:
(The job descriptions of our subsidiaries are only available in German.)
Are you enthusiastic, goal-oriented and eager to learn?
EPC allows you to take the first step in your professional life and also develop your career path as you gain more professional experience and we will encourage and support your personal development.
We are particularly focused on personal motivation and training. We strive towards a modern and open company culture, encouraging individual responsibility and constructive cooperation.