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E.ON was Partner of FSBG in 2018.

Partnership with FSBG

What we look for in candidates

As one of the world’s leading energy services providers, E.ON offers a wide range of opportunities for people with wide range of skills and backgrounds. E.ON aims to be the world’s leading energy services company and will achieve this through committed and passionate people who work together across the world. Why not take a look at the wide range of opportunities we have today and see how your energy can shape the future.

– Your energy shapes the future – get to know us! –

Working at E.ON

The work environment at E.ON is an expression of our culture and our values. It forms the common foundation on which E.ON employees all over the world shape the future.

Experience E.ON as a Student

We offer you a broad range of individual development opportunities.

  • Graduate thesis: We offer exciting themes for your Bachelor or Master thesis in different specializations of the energy market in various areas of our group.
  • Internship and working student opportunities: You can establish first contacts for your future career.

Learning from other areas

Our employees get new inspiration and knowledge through project work or temporary assignments in other departments and business areas. An assignment abroad as part of our expat-guideline offers special opportunities; the guideline allows us to support these assignments in a consistent manner throughout the Group. We do this because the increasingly international activities of our employees are very important to us.

Living personal development

Lifelong learning is what we at E.ON aspire to; we continuously put this aspiration into action and fill it with life. A wide range of extra-occupational programs, seminars, courses and on-the-job training measures ensure that our staff remain on top of their game and that they can continue to expand their skills. We support our staff to proactively pursue their own training; we place value on regular feedback sessions and training measures that are agreed upon individually and that are organized according to each employee’s own requirements.