We are also looking for young minds in search of career inspiration. Here at Sivantos, you can explore professional opportunities, learn plenty, expand your network, meet people from all over the world, and grow.
Our internship experiences are anything but one-size-fits-all, and you can be sure that we will listen to you, and involve you in problem-solving and life-changing decisions, from day one. By working with us, you change lives – including yours.
Meet some of the students who have made a meaningful difference with Sivantos.
Isabel Low: Audiologist and Trainer
Sivantos is the backbone of why I became an Audiologist. As one of the first graduating batches from Singapore National University’s Audiology Program, a degree that wouldn’t even exist without the initiative from Sivantos, I am happy to have joined full time as an Audiologist in R&D. For me, it was the natural next step.
Julian Benischke: Working Student in R&D
I have been at Sivantos throughout my entire university career and I wouldn’t have liked it any other way. Interesting tasks, new developments, product testing, great colleagues, mentorship that turned into friendship – just some of the things that keep me happy to come to work every day.
Amanda Faria: Marketing Intern
Working at Sivantos has been an amazing experience. Even though I already had working experience, I have never worked in a multinational company before. It’s an honor to be part of the first Internship Program at Sivantos Brazil. I hope I can help to build and develop this program so more young professionals have the same opportunities and experiences as me.
Tina Meier: Intern in Corporate Communications
My grandfather worked here, my father worked here, and I had collaborated with R&D here a few years back for writing a seminar paper. When the opportunity for a traineeship arose, coming back to Sivantos felt like the right choice to make. The legacy sparked my interest. Now in corporate communications I’m getting to work with all departments and all affiliates – it’s the international exposure I was hoping for.