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Belkis Etz
Vice President Human Resources
[t] +43 6246 888-0
[e] jobs@skidata.com

It’s no surprise that finance and administration are the backbone of SKIDATA's success. Maybe you could strengthen your own backbone at SKIDATA too?

Willem-Jan, Managing Director for Northern Europe and Captain

Willem-Jan has been with SKIDATA since the Dutch subsidiary opened in 1993. The former sales manager is now Managing Director for Northern Europe and enjoys equal respect from customers, employees and colleagues. Projects such as Schiphol Airport, with 40,000 parking spaces, or FC Twente are in good hands with him. "The market is competitive. We are rated highly in terms of customer orientation and passion for our products. Our customers appreciate our support and professional handling. Everything is possible," says Willem-Jan. In his free time he travels by bike and during the summer spend weekends on his boat.

Maria, Controller and Discoverer

After studying Business Education and Economics, Maria joined SKIDATA in 2010 as a controller in the Group Controlling and Risk Management team. Today, she supports the Italian subsidiary based in Bologna with her many years of controlling know-how and knowledge transfer. In return, the exciting experience abroad enriches her life. Maria provides her students in Cost Accounting at the FH Salzburg with first-hand knowledge about dos and don'ts abroad.

Martin, Head of Supply Chain Management and Team Player

Martin joined SKIDATA in 2012 as Head of Supply Chain Management. Born in Bavaria, the desire for change drove him south: "Taking responsibility in a medium-sized company like SKIDATA has always been my goal. Supply chain management – with a focus on purchasing, order processing, logistics and production planning – is one of the most exciting areas. Owing to the different operational tasks and strategic topics it never gets boring." Team spirit, the independence of his employees, intercultural understanding and also relaxed conversation with colleagues are really important for Martin.