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Working at MENTZ

MENTZ is a medium-sized company that conducts business globally with customers across five continents. Our 255 employees come from 20 different countries and have both technical and non-technical backgrounds.

International and Networked

Most of our employees work at our headquarters in Munich, Germany. But even in the age of instant communications, we also have permanent teams at locations in Germany and abroad that are closer to our customers, like in Münster, Stuttgart, Berlin, Vienna, Zurich, London, Dublin and Melbourne.

Sustainable Development and Collegial Partnership

MENTZ aims to achieve sustainable development and long-term success through ongoing and close collaboration with our customers, by providing high-quality and technically sophisticated products, and by offering the best possible support, project management, and training.

Mobility needs … you!

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Top Level Family Business

Every management position at MENTZ was filled by a dedicated employee from our own ranks. As a family-run company, MENTZ is also family-friendly. We offer flexible working hours for new mothers and fathers returning to the company after parental leave. After re-joining the workforce, employees can determine the number of hours per week that they are available and then, depending on the situation at home, adjust their working hours if necessary.

Jessica IT Specialist
Andreas Head of Support, Project Manager
Kara Head of Department, Systems Developer
Robert Deputy Head of Department for Mobile, App Developer
Gregor Head of Support
Malte Head of Department EFA System
Jessica IT Specialist

App developer who completed her training in the Mobile department as an IT specialist for application development. Jessica likes to be on the up and go! From hiking experience, she knows that hard work in the initial phases will eventually be rewarded by impressive views from the peak. She enjoys sporting activities and belies the (incorrect) cliché of a computer programmer that is nerdy and not sporty.

What do you do when things get stressful?
First, I like to get an overview of the tasks that need to be completed. I divide them into smaller and separate steps according to a specific priority, and then try to work through them in as structured a way as possible.

How do you stay fit and take care of your nutrition?
I make sure to exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of fluids, which makes me feel fitter and a bit more balanced. Exercise and movement provide a good balance to office work.

What do you think makes for a “good team?”
In a “good team,” all members should feel comfortable. The chemistry of the team should be right so that everyone can be motivated to complete their tasks. Also important are regular exchange and a willingness to help. In my opinion, a “good team” also includes a team leader who understands the general picture, I mean the structure, division of tasks, and the goals that guide the team. If all of these aspects are under control, the team is able to work more effectively and is generally more successful, which should increase motivation.

How would you define a good colleague?
For me, a good colleague is someone who is always reliable, helpful, and honest. This makes for a good start to any successful work together.

Andreas Head of Support, Project Manager

Studied at the University of Munich, with a degree in geography. Andi is a soccer fan and regularly cycles to the office to and from home. He maintains being more of a “hoodie” than a “shirt” guy, prefers iOS to Android, and likes dogs more than cats. As a vacation destination, it doesn’t have to be either-or, it can be both: beach and mountains.

What does your workday look like at MENTZ?
Diverse and challenging, I still learn something new every day, which I actually really like. Beyond personnel responsibility for many colleagues, I work on technical projects, consult on system solutions, and help respond to tenders.

What do you like about MENTZ?
The family-like way of treating each other. We have many flat hierarchies and try to support each other as much as possible. Company activities throughout the year provide a balance to work life.

What do you do when things get stressful?
I get a coffee and try to tackle one thing at a time. After work, I get on my bike, or listen to music and try to forget the stress.

What do you do first when you arrive at the office?
Our company has customers around the globe, from Sydney to Chicago. In the morning, I read emails from the previous night and respond to any issues that need to be addressed in the short term.

Is your office door usually open or closed?
My door is always open and that is important. Especially in a position of management, you have to feel the pulse of daily business. And for that, conversations are very important.

Kara Head of Department, Systems Developer

Head of Department and Systems Developer, has used words like “discrete mathematics” and “theoretical computer science” in a sentence with “team player” and “commitment.” She has been on Team MENTZ since 2011. She describes herself as a classic short-distance runner – someone who gives it her best and then switches into another gear for the final sprint.

What does a typical workday look like at MENTZ?
I start my workday by sifting through emails from the previous day. After that, I spend an hour or two developing until the first team meetings, which usually start in the late morning. I also reserve this time for colleagues who have specific questions or might need my support. Late mornings and early afternoons are usually filled with meetings, which leaves the late afternoon to focus on program development.

What do you like about working at MENTZ?
MENTZ is part of the public transport sector which that is a cutting-edge and imperative for the future of mobility. Things are constantly changing and developing. New challenges and new tasks arise. I’m one of many at MENTZ who enjoy trust and creative freedom. This company policy is reflected in the commitment and motivation that colleagues demonstrate at work.
And last but not least, the flexible working hours and home office options, which also allow me to balance leisure time and work during the week, are one of the reasons why I enjoy working at MENTZ.

What do you do when things get stressful?
I try not to lose the bigger picture even in stressful moments. I try to work through issues step by step. Nothing helps me better than a to-do list.

Do you have a strategy if you can’t make progress on the task at hand?
I take a break. When my head is full and I can’t think of a good solution, or when I’m running out of steam, I downshift for a bit. I try to take time for a break. This may be at lunchtime at the river or while on the climbing wall to clear my mind.

Is your office door usually open or closed?
My office door is always open! When I need to withdraw for a few hours of focused work, I try to save it for home office days.

Which locations or countries would you like to see and why?
After many trips to Asia, the top of my travel list includes Scandinavia, and Central and South America. I’m not as much interested in the cities as in seeing beautiful nature, landscapes and mountains.

What do you think about when you hear or see the word “sustainability?”
I think of using resources to create something that can have a long-term benefit, ideally for as many people as possible. This may include using more high-quality and durable materials and a willingness to accept higher costs in production, development, and acquisition in order to save resources and costs on the backend. I’m not just thinking of reusable glass bottles and cotton shopping bags, but also of both sustainable code and sustainable software.

Robert Deputy Head of Department for Mobile, App Developer

He studied at the Technical University of Graz. His degree is a Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies.
Robert came to the Mobile Department through many detours. In most cases, he tries to avoid alternative routes when he rides his bike to work. He likes to hike, but would like to ride a bike down. Privately, Robert prefers Android, but job-wise he also works with iOS. On vacation, he prefers camping to a hotel.

What do you like about working at MENTZ?
Despite increasing in size, MENTZ has maintained a family-like atmosphere and can provide a great working environment. The diverse and dynamic requirements in the public transport sector help make my work more interesting and with a bright future.

What do you need to be successful at work?
A sense of achievement. In our Mobile Department, it can happen in different ways: adding a new feature, improving an existing feature, fixing a bug, releasing an app, or simply pursuing an exciting new idea.

What do you think makes for a “good team?”
A “good team” is characterized by good cohesion. Everyone should work towards the same goals and help each other whenever people need it. This should automatically foster another aspect – fun at work!

Which locations or countries would you like to see and why?
There are so many. Well, since we just bought a VW bus, I think we’ll stick mainly to Europe. But I would like to travel around in Scandinavian countries because they have great landscapes.

Gregor Head of Support

Head of Support, he got his degree in Bamberg in Social Sciences. Gregor loves the Munich Octoberfest, is a people person, supports the 1860 Munich Lions (a soccer club), and is fond of antique racing bikes. He prefers Android and has always been on the lookout for the brightest minds.

How long have you been working at MENTZ and what did you do before?
I’ve been at MENTZ since 2005. Previously, I worked as a headhunter in a recruiting company.

What do you do at MENTZ?
As Head of Support, my core task is to ensure that my entire team can accomplish their work as best as possible. In addition, I work on various projects and develop and implement strategic goals.

What have you learned in your time at MENTZ?
The world of mobility will never be boring or monotonous. There are always exciting new topics.

What do you like about working at MENTZ?
Family-like and pleasant environment, technology is always prioritized over marketing, a lot of freedom and options to structure your own workday.

What do you consider to be excellent customer service?
Accessibility, reliability, personal contact, and good problem-solving.

What do you do when things get stressful?
First, I like to stop and think. Then I prioritize and focus on the most important issue.

What do you think makes a good boss?
A commitment to their colleagues. They should always have an ear open for any and all issues. Bosses should be innovative and clear in their communication and strategy.

What do you think makes a good employee?
They are motivated, they can work independently, and they have a desire to learn new topics, and are honest and reliable.

What do you think about when you hear or see the word “sustainability?”
Primarily my kids.

Malte Head of Department EFA System

Master of Science in Mathematics and Management at the University of Ulm. Malte takes his bike to the office in all weather but still wants to advance public transportation. He landed at MENTZ after a job interview while hiking and has since enjoyed the numerous sports activities offered there as well.

When did you start working at MENTZ and what did you do before that?
I started working at MENTZ in Munich in 2014 directly after graduating.

What do you like about MENTZ as an employer?
What particularly appeals to me about MENTZ is that I am presented with new, diverse, interesting, and challenging tasks every day that I can identify with. I like the cohesion among my colleagues and the personal design of my tasks.

What do you do when things get stressful?
When things get stressful, I try to take a step back and get an overview of the tasks that need to be done. I prioritize these and then coordinate my plan with the colleagues concerned. Especially after stressful workdays, it is important for me to find a balance. The regular dates with colleagues outside the office help me to do this, whether it’s for running, playing soccer, or cycling.

What do you do first when you start your workday?
Every day is different, but I almost always start by checking my emails and calendar to plan my to-dos for the day.

Is your office door usually open or closed?
Unless there’s a heated discussion between colleagues in the hallway and I want to make a call at the same time, my door is always open.

What do you pay attention to when it comes to fitness and nutrition?
I get enough of both, otherwise, my environment suffers from my bad mood.

What makes a “good team” for you?
I find teams with good communication and task sharing with a clear goal to be particularly productive. Of course, work is even more fun when you head out to a beer garden after work.

Which places/countries would you like to see and why?
I’m currently looking forward to my next vacation in Norway to escape everyday life and enjoy the beauty of nature.