We offer undergraduates studying for a business or technology degree a whole host of opportunities to learn more about and become involved in our business. Our focus here is on degree courses teaching Engineering, Logistics, Chemistry, Economics/Business Science, IT and Law. Are you interested in finding out more about the fields of water, recycling and services? Then you’ll find many open doors here at our company.
Student employees are able to help our company at many different levels, as we can always use their business know-how and/or technical expertise. You should, of course, be interested in the fields of water, recycling and services. And if you have already worked in these sectors – all the better! We are looking for people who we can depend on and who are quick learners.
Just the right place for talented people with business acumen: REMONDIS helps you combine theory and with that all important practice
A great way to gain an insight into our day-to-day business for all those eager to learn more
Doing a course-related work placement or internship at REMONDIS allows you to get to know about one of the world’s largest recycling, service and water companies. You’ll be actively involved in our day-to-day business and there are always plenty of people around to answer your questions. This is a great opportunity to gain an insight into a potential future career. What better place to do this than at such a large and successful international company?!
Work placements for students who need to complete a placement (in line with their exam/course regulations) as part of their university degree as well as voluntary internships for undergraduates which can last up to three months. What’s more, we also offer voluntary internships for people who are still deciding which career or degree course they would like to do. These, too, can last up to three months. Please send in your exam/course regulations with your documents if you are applying to do an obligatory work placement.
Click here to find our current vacancies for student employees, students working on their dissertations/theses and students looking to do a work placement.