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DB Schenker Rail Trainee program euroTRAIL

DB Schenker Rail is looking for motivated and dedicated graduates from universities all over the world for its international trainee program euroTRAIL. Within 18 months, they are trained to experts of international rail logistics.

The target group are graduates with a good or very good university degree.

The international trainee program of offers young professionals an excellent foundation for starting a European career at DB Schenker Rail. During a period of 18 months our trainees will work on various
national and international assignments and take over responsibility for specific projects in different countries. In this way they will get the opportunity to both demonstrate and further develop their intercultural skills. The off-the-job phases of the program are designed to complement the trainees’ practical experience with the corresponding theoretical knowledge.

The participants who make up euroTRAIL are a multicultural and dedicated group of people. They will be able to expand their European network and benefit from international expertise.

A mentor will provide professional guidance and support throughout the whole process so that the trainees will acquire the essential skills for their future job. With euroTRAIL DB Schenker Rail offers young professionals a secure career start by providing a permanent contract with an attractive bonus package.

The euroTRAIL program starts again on 1st November 2014 and the application deadline is 22nd March 2014.

Interested graduates can apply via www.deutschebahn.com/career or send their application via email to careers@deutschebahn.com

More details http://www.dbschenker.com/file/6188574/data/db_karriere_eurotrail.pdf

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