In this section, you'll learn which career paths you can choose from and how our feedback culture works.
Regardless your career path, there are a couple of general expectations tied to your personal seniority. We're not into the big title game but this overview helps you to understand what behavior we expect when placing people in their according roles.
As a trainee you'll be making your first steps within your subject area. You'll acquire some basic knowledge and start to know what you're talking about.
You have basic knowledge in your subject area. You take over projects on your own. You still ask more questions than you're able to answer.
You have extended knowledge in your subject area. You take over projects on your own. You can answer more questions than you have to ask. You are able to prioritize tasks in accordance with our customers and product vision. You proactively take over practical challenges within your team. You provide your team with practical impulses. You are able to identify problems by yourself. At the end of your probationary period latest, you deliver value to our organization and are an important contributor to solving real-world problems.
You have expert knowledge in your subject area. You function as a mentor for new team members in your subject area through onboarding, sparring or teaching. You are able to prioritize tasks in accordance with our customers and product vision and help others to do so as well. You actively support teams, communities, and units to improve and fill gaps. You are the go-to person for questions regarding your subject area. You proactively take over practical challenges within and outside your team. You provide your team, communities, and units with practical and structural impulses. You question the status quo, identify problems, provide solution approaches, and actively participate in discussions. You are able to explain abstract conditions/situations to people outside of your subject area. When working on projects, you keep feasibility, estimations, entrepreneurial thinking, legal issues, and customer-related aspects in mind.