Interview with Andreas
Our project manager Andreas, Business Segment Utilities, already did his apprenticeship as an automation engineer with us. After a certain amount of work experience, we parted ways until he came back to us in 2017 as a project manager, which of course makes us very happy.
There you can find me after work
At the Lorze while jogging, on the Zugerberg with the bike or in the garden
What motivates me
The varied work, the customer contact, the team, the different challenges.
How did your career at Rittmeyer begin?
I was allowed to do my apprenticeship as an automation engineer at Rittmeyer. Afterwards, I worked as a service technician in the field for about 2 years. After that, we parted ways until I was asked to come back to Rittmeyer as a project manager in 2017.
How did you find your way back to Rittmeyer?
For me, Rittmeyer has always been a likeable company with which I associate a meaningful task for the general public. When it was no longer a good fit for me at my previous place of work, I kept looking at the positions advertised at Rittmeyer. The project manager position was the ideal fit for me and I applied.
How do you integrate your hobby into your workday?
When the weather is nice, I enjoy getting off work early and going out. My workload of 90% also allows me to take a day off from time to time.
What makes your team at Rittmeyer stand out?
There are many small factors that work together. In short, we are all pulling in the same direction and the interpersonal relationship is right.
Baar bike tour to the Zugerberg
On Tuesday, May 17, 2022 after work nine of our sporty colleagues went to the local mountain of the canton of Zug.
Interview with Nico
Our project engineer Nico has been working in our Hydropower business segment since 2013. He studied electrical engineering and completed further training as an MAS industrial engineer at the HSLU.
On April 2, 2022, our Rittmeyer Sharks ice hockey team competed for the highly coveted cup at the Braui Cup in the Bossard Arena in Zug.