Porsche Engineering Romania to enlarge team, develop Master’s program in Cluj-Napoca

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Porsche Engineering Romania has announced plans to grow its Cluj-based team to up to 20 staff by the end of the year. Moreover, the company has partnered with the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca to develop a Master’s program, says Business-Review.eu. Also, the German company is financing  bachelor program at Babeș-Bolyai University.

The newest subsidiary of the German global engineering services provider Porsche Engineering Group GmbH plans to hire engineers in the fields of software development and traditional vehicle development.”For our subsidiary in Cluj, we are looking for young talented software and mechanical engineers with both technical competences and soft skills”, Malte Radmann, managing director of Porsche Engineering Group GmbH said in a press release. ”Winning candidates must be passionate about automotive engineering, eager to learn and ready to face future challenges on mobility and vehicle development to push the digitalization of the car forward.”Porsche’s local team will be working for the same portfolio of clients as the rest of the company.

Porsche Engineering Romania is also planning to cement its presence in the city of Cluj-Napoca by becoming actively involved in the academic landscape of automotive engineering. Porsche’s Cluj subsidiary has already partnered with the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca to create a Master’s program in automotive engineering. “The Master’s program in particular is a big step forward for training more specialists in this industry”, Marius Mihailovici, Location Manager Porsche Engineering Romania, said in a press statement. ”Our partnership is definitely a win-win collaboration for all three parties. Students can benefit from our experienced engineers’ expertise, the Technical University adds a new Master’s program in its portfolio, and, last but not least, our company can recruit highly-qualified engineers, already acquainted with our working environment.”

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