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People. Employees. Audians.

The press regularly writes articles about our story and our colleagues. Here we republish the most recent interviews and testimonials of our Audians. Find out, who they are and what makes them passionate.

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    Young engineering talent at Audi

    Young, passionated, determined, this young Moroccan is part of the young talents at Audi Brussels. Her job: software engineer in automotive electronics.

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    The trainer-trainer

    Luc Ulenaers is way at the front of the line of those who ensure the smooth production of the Audi e-tron. He’s a training coordinator for basic skills training. For him, everything revolves around the distinctive features of the electric vehicle such as its wiring harnesses and plug connections. After all, anyone who handles more than 400 volts of electricity has to know what he’s doing. That’s why the senses are sharpened during basic skills training.

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    We’re very proud to be part of a premium brand

    Would you like to work for a leading company in the global automotive industry, and help take on the ambitious technological challenges involved in building the eco-friendly, economical, high-performance car of the future?

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    Enthusiasm and interest are rewarded at Audi Brussels

    As "Top Employer 2018", Audi Brussels offers numerous development opportunities for both young and experienced employees. Joeri Thienpont (28) is a prime example. His eagerness to learn, attitude towards his work and sense of initiative have enabled him to build an exciting career, taking him from production line operator to 3D measurement technician and now analyst.

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    The high voltage trainer

    A lot of currents flow in electric vehicles. Of course, conventional cars with combustion engines also have polished on-board electrical systems, but with electric cars, the voltage is many times higher. More than 400 volts are required for an electrical powertrain – and that’s by no means a safe amount of electricity. Those who work on batteries have to know exactly what they’re doing. Jonathan De Bondt knows how to handle electric cars, and he’s sharing that knowledge with the production team in Brussels. For six weeks at a time, he works as a trainer accompanying participants through a high-voltage education course.

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