The Rubner Group is one of Europe’s leading timber construction companies. 1,300 employees at 19 sites share the Rubner family’s passion of using wood as a construction material to create healthy, sustainable, and natural spaces of living. We support young talents who share our passion for wood. This helps us create the foundations for many successful years of cooperation.
“I am responsible for the Recruiting & Employer Branding department at Rubner. I am in charge of reviewing applications and do my best to get you a reply as quickly as possible. For me, it’s important to make you feel at home at Rubner"
“I have been with Rubner Haus for one year now. I am truly impressed with our products and how professional the company is. Ethical values are a top priority, which makes it an awesome place to work.”
“I like Rubner. It’s a reliable employer and teamplayer. The customer service interactions, from the first meeting to welcoming them to their new home and even beyond, make working at reception so diverse and exciting.”
“After graduating in IT and network technology, I started a job at Rubner’s IT Service Desk. I analyse user issues, document them in the form of tickets, and develop solutions for them.”
“Working at Rubner means working with great colleagues in a friendly and supportive environment. Our everyday life on the job means challenging tasks, a passion for timber construction, and an atmosphere defined by mutual respect.”
“I first heard about Rubner at the Pyramidenkogel viewing tower. I don’t regret joining this family business firmly rooted in South Tyrol; quite the contrary: The atmosphere at work, the team spirit, and the technical equipment are ideal.”
“I have been an integral part of this organisation since 2008. My passion for woodwork, the regional factor, and the increase in business in this branch of industry were the reasons for me to join Rubner Holzindustrie.”
“I’ve always been interested in working with wood and the machines necessary to do so. I really like the fact that I can contribute my ideas and put them into practice.”