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2024 Hilti Foundation Global Fellowship - Liechtenstein

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What's the role?

The Hilti Global Fellowship Program (also known as the Martin Hilti Foundation Internship) offers globally-minded, German-language-proficient early career professionals the opportunity to build their qualifications through an immersive international work experience.

The 12-month fellowship is based at Hilti’s Global Headquarters in Schaan, Liechtenstein and will focus in developing professionally within one of our corporate functions, though no formal related work experience or previous internship is required.

Who is Hilti?

Hilti supports the global construction industry through innovations that unlock productivity, safety and sustainability gains. For the past 80+ years the Hilti name has been synonymous with high-performing professional-grade power tools. Today Hilti has expanded the range of our offerings to include software, services, and cloud-based solutions. At Hilti there is pride in what we do, and a sense of belonging across our 120 global locations, carrying right into our lives and homes. Hilti is where people are exploring possibilities, leveraging their potential, owning their personal development and growing lasting careers.

What does the role involve?

The Hilti Global Fellowship Program is a unique opportunity for early career professionals to gain valuable work experiences in an international corporate environment. At Hilti’s Global Headquarters in Liechtenstein, Fellows can strengthen their German language skills, learn to collaborate across nationalities and corporate functions, and learn valuable professional skills. Fellows will also gain a strong understanding of Hilti’s business and the construction industry, which will be valuable as they pursue future opportunities.

The Hilti Foundation is committed to helping people around the world become economically independent through their own efforts, allowing them to lead better, self-determined lives.

What do we offer?

  • 1-2 months of language training (depending on the participant’s original fluency) in Cologne, Germany to improve your knowledge of the German language and familiarize yourself with economy, culture and politics
  • 12 months of paid internship experience in Schaan, Liechtenstein, gaining valuable international work experience
  • Monthly compensation and standard accommodation of housing and health insurance, at a rate which is deducted from your monthly compensation
  • Hilti will cover your flight to Cologne, Germany and travel to Schaan, Liechtenstein, as well as all visa accommodations and a lump-sum housing allowance for your stay in Cologne
A subsequent full-time position in the Fellow’s home country is not guaranteed in the same function they worked in during the Fellowship period, but Hilti Inc. will strive to provide reasonable opportunity for consideration within the Account Management Development Program upon Fellowship completion.

What you need is:

  • Conversational fluency in German (as well as fluency in English)
  • Ability to work in the United States permanently, without sponsorship, upon completion of the fellowship
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant degree from an accredited college or university
  • Interest in working in one of the following areas: Business, Engineering, Finance, Logistics or Marketing
  • Ability to commit to the full duration of the program
  • No more than 5 years of post-college work experience
  • Ability to travel and manage personal affairs independently in an international setting

Why should you apply?

Expand your language skills and immerse yourself in a unique professional experience, all while building your professional qualifications with an innovation leader in one of the world’s most impactful industries – construction.


Hilti, Inc is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability.