Our expectation

Our international assignments are driven by business needs and we are looking for mobile and flexible individuals. If you have just finished university, are looking for a new challenge after completing your MBA, or seeking to take that next career step, then International Mobility is a unique opportunity to build your skills into a rewarding international management career.

Schindler employees on international assignment are some of our most talented people, so we will expect a lot from you, like:

  • commit to ongoing global mobility throughout your career
  • make an immediate impact, regardless of your entry-level
  • have a clear understanding of the opportunities and challenges associated with constantly changing roles
  • demonstrate leadership potential

As an International Manager for Schindler you will need a special skill set to cope with the professional and personal challenges arising from your commitment to ongoing global mobility. If you are excited by the prospect of rounding-up your skills in a variety of different businesses, by completing your assignment successfully at a specific location then this might be the job for you. After all, International Mobility is one of the most extraordinary and unique opportunities available.

As you would expect, for a career this challenging we offer a highly competitive benefits package, including:

  • Tax-free-benefits
  • Performance-related bonus
  • A minimum of 20 working days of vacation per year
  • Accommodation allowance
  • Relocation assistance
  • Private health insurance
  • Schooling assistance
  • Intercultural training
  • Home-owner support to cover your obligations at home
  • Tax equalization to protect you from negative financial impacts

Please note that these benefit details are for reference purposes only and do not constitute a contractual commitment.

Your family - a vital part of your assignment

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A career as an International Assignee can be incredibly rewarding for those aspiring to upper management within the Schindler Group.

However, it’s not for everyone. Think carefully about what “ongoing global mobility” means to you. Assignments tend to be for a specified duration, but you may not be able to choose where you work or when exactly you move. You could be asked to relocate on short notice. This can be an exciting opportunity to some and a challenge to others, especially when partners or family are involved.