Career - Concept Wiesner-Hager
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A company with a future for jobs with a future.

Together we think about tomorrow.
Careers with a concept.

You can have a great CAREER here.

Benefits that make working life more enjoyable.

Apprenticeship and in-service training
Educational leave and part-time education
Company doctor
Canteen and subsidised meals
Car park
Travel allowance
Employee events, company outings, activities
Supplementary insurance
Flexible working hours



Rainer Schernhammer
I started my apprenticeship as a mechanical technician at Wiesner-Hager in 1995. Ten years later, with the company's support, I was able to qualify as a master craftsman in mechatronics. Since 2011, I have been head of the locksmith's shop/toolmaking department and I now train apprentices myself. Each apprentice possesses different strengths and Wiesner-Hager tries to promote these in the best possible way - just as it did during my apprenticeship.
- Rainer Schernhammer, Locksmith’s Shop/Tool Making -
From apprentice to trainer.
Walter Riedlmair
In 1984 I started an apprenticeship in the carpentry workshop of Wiesner-Hager. Since then a lot has changed: among other things the way furniture is made today. After my master craftsman's examination, I am now responsible for the costing of new products. In doing this, I can make the fullest use of my experience as a master carpenter and pass it on.
- Walter Riedlmair, Costing -
From apprentice carpenter to product costing.
Laura Kindlinger
Through the Braunau Aluminium Foundation, I was able to embark on a second course of education and obtain an additional apprenticeship certificate via a shortened apprenticeship. In the front office I am the first contact person for visitors and I see to the needs of our employees and customers. The best thing about my job is the variety - no two days are the same.
- Laura Kindlinger, Front Office -
From carer to office administrator.
Gabi Lindinger
I started 12 years ago as a trainee worker. Little by little I was able to prove that I had both motivation and leadership qualities. In the meantime, I have become a forewoman and ensure that the final assembly of our chairs runs smoothly.
- Gabi Lindinger, Chair Final Assembly -
From trainee worker to forewoman.
Robert Unterrainer
Thanks to my career path from upholsterer and skilled worker to quality assurance, I understand all the processes a piece of furniture has to go through before it reaches the end customer. Wiesner-Hager has always enabled me to develop further - I could always rely on that.
- Robert Unterrainer, Material Planning -
From upholsterer to order scheduling.
56% Export Quota
350 Employees in the company
17 Locations in Europe
30000 Office chairs sold per year


Wiesner-Hager Moebel GmbH
Linzer Strasse 22
4950 Altheim

Phone: +43 (0)7723 460-0