THE RECRUITING TEAM IS LOOKING FORWARD TO RECEIVING YOUR APPLICATION
Feel free to contact for further information and answers to your questions.
We Care About You
Flexible Working Hours
40 hours per week, 8 hours per day you can allocate as you wish. Just make sure your teams knows what you’re up to.
is your child sick? Or are you expecting a very important package? You have the possibility to work remotely, if your life requires it.
yes, home office is allowed, but we sure appreciate to see our colleagues in person as well. That’s why we also sponsor monthly train tickets or grant you a parking spot.
Learning & Development
we care about your personal development and encourage MB.ioneers to choose and attend trainings or conferences that will make them an expert in their field.
being a subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz brings a handful of benefits for employees – we get great deals on cars from purchase to leasing and a variety of other discounts.
outside of our initial scope at Mercedes-Benz.io we get to engage in other topics. By doing internal podcasts, volunteering at animal shelters or developing whole websites for non-profit-organizations.
our advocates promote and support skilful, successful and motivated employees on their personal way at Mercedes-Benz.io. Every MB.ioneer can choose one.
From our blog
Way Forward: Digital House Product-Centric Organization
Mercedes-Benz AG and Mercedes-Benz.io strengthen their product teams within the “Digital House” initivative – realizing a product-centric organization. Customers expect the best digital products and services worldwide. Hence, Mercedes-Benz aims at strengthening its operational e-commerce environments on an international level. Therefore, they will enhance the collaboration with Mercedes-Benz.io by scaling digital deliveries for e-commerce and online sales even further. The […]Read more
mastering remote work
I have always loved working at the office and enjoyed the routine of having a place to go to, interacting with my colleagues, collaborating and developing ideas that I continue working with. So, working remotely without a physical location hasn’t been easy for me. I was hit by a challenge for which I felt not […]Read more
The New Scrum Guide 2020 – with Maria
Twenty-twenty is the 25th anniversary of Scrum – on another note, it’s also my 25th year, 95 was a great year – and to celebrate it, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber released an updated version of the Scrum Guidelines. You can check it out here, and I recommend you to read it (although I might be biased). […]Read more
The .io Cook Off
It all started a month ago. We were asked to keep an eye out for a special delivery. The next few days packages came flying in to make sure we were fully equipped for the experience. It was the 3rd Anniversary of Mercedes-Benz.io as well as the first time we had to cope with an […]Read more
How I became aware of unconscious biases in recruiting
“I’d love to work with them” I thought to myself when I was looking at the application of a candidate a couple of weeks ago, “maybe we could even become friends!”. I was already excited about filling this role because it was in an HR-related field and I would potentially get to work closely with the person […]Read more
Our tribe moments