Now open: Internships at tmc


tmc takes part at Student Info Day

tmc is taking part at the Company Info Day of Leonding’s technical school for engineering, in Upper Austria. On Thursday, 24th November, the “company information day” is a career orientation day, where IT companies from Upper Austria have the opportunity to introduce their businesses and job profiles to students and recent graduates. Hence, we offer engineering students and graduates the opportunity to get to know us better and possibly also to do an internship at our office in Linz in the near future.

Summer internships at tmc

Carolin Angermayr, HR Manager at tmc, is looking forward to receiving applications for the 15 internship months we have to offer for the year 2023. We are especially looking for interns from the fields of computer science, electronics, and technical computer science, as well as IT media technology. We are also happy to accept applications from other engineering students in the European Union, so our search is not limited to HTL Leonding alone. “It is important that our future interns have a passion for their field, are curious and want to work hands-on”, Carolin describes.

Entry-level jobs at tmc

For career starters and graduates of technical schools there are currently open jobs in Linz, where we are looking for Software Developers for Java, C#, C/C+++, but also Firmware & Embedded Developers and UI/UX Developers. To get an insight into tmc’s day-to-day work, we have interviewed some of our colleagues and posted the videos on our job info portal You can find all open jobs in Linz and open jobs in Vienna on our careers page.

Presentation on the digitalisation of the railway infrastructure

Benjamin Stuntner is responsible for our entire product portfolio at tmc. He will answer all the students’ questions at the Company Info Day. In the morning he will also give a short keynote on the digitalisation of railway infrastructure, in which he shows how important the railway industry is in Austria and how much high-tech there already is in the railway infrastructure sector – also thanks to tmc.