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Kristina Nikolić, Junior Talent Relation & Recruiting Specialist

Zühlke Engineering

Kristina Nikolić , Junior Talent Relation & Recruiting Specialist

Zühlke Engineering

Zühlke is a global innovation service provider. We envisage ideas and create new business models for our clients by developing services and products based on new technologies – from the initial vision through development to deployment, production and operation. We specialize in strategy and business innovation, digital solutions and application services – in addition to device and systems engineering. Our outstanding solutions provide unique business value and a reliable foundation for sustained success.

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Bulevar Milutina Milankovića 1i, Novi Beograd, Srbija

About us

Zühlke – Empowering Ideas.

We believe that innovation and technology are a positive force of change for business and society. We support our clients to envision and create a sustainable future.

We were founded in Switzerland in 1968 and we are a global innovation service provider. Our 1300 employees are based in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Hong Kong, Portugal, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Vietnam.

The Belgrade office is eight years old, gathers 150+ smart and inspiring colleagues, and keeps expanding!

REady and REcharge comp&ben options are a revolutionary system invented to offer a flexible workplace for our employees. By selecting one of our options, you can perfectly balance work and private life as you like! Need more time with your family? Want to finish your studies? Or are you ready to hustle more and earn more? No worries, we got you covered. With our flexible comp&ben options, we place the power of decision in your hands.

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Tech stack

Benefits

Open feedback culture

Remote work

REady and REcharge comp&ben options

Career path opportunities

Flexible working hours

Training and development budget

International assignments up to 1 year

Referral bonuses

Private health insurance

Gift coupons for wedding

NY show and gift coupons for kids

100% paid maternity leave

Soft skills workshops

Gym/FitPass

Equipment buyout

Team building events

Fruits, coffee, juices

Our people

Irena Katrina

Irena Katrina

Expert Software Engineer

‘A bit more than two years ago, I was warmly welcomed into the open-minded culture of Zühlke. From the start, I was impressed by its open learning culture and working atmosphere. I find it rewarding to work with many talented people on exciting pr...

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Nikola Jandrić

Nikola Jandrić

Expert Software Engineer

‘Right from the beginning of my journey in the company, I knew that Zühlke is a great match for me. Starting with a very concise and structured interview process, with fast feedback loops, through warm welcome and carefully planned onboarding, gave ...

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Sofija Miljković

Sofija Miljković

Lead Project Manager

‘Zühlke is striving to offer flexible options to their employees, having in mind the different needs of people. For this year, I have chosen the REcharge package, as one of my personal goals was to nurture my work-life balance, practice mindfulness ...

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Our stories

11.04.2022

Do we stop learning when we start working?

Find out why education and work should go hand in hand and the benefits this has for your career and personal life. Pour some coffee, put on some relaxing music and join us for the thirteenth episode of The Hüb, where Marko Ivanović, Lead Software Architect at Zühlke, reveals useful techniques and tricks to keep your brain open to new information. What is education? To understand the concept of education, we need to start with the traditional kind of education that comes before employment. In primary and secondary school, they teach us various concepts, how to study, think and examine our interests. On this basis, we decide how to continue our studies. We determine our interests and choose a specific faculty. We start to position ourselves on the market, to prepare for a job that interests us and to study purposefully for such a job. But that is merely the beginning. When we start working, we don't stop learning. We start gaining work experience, which is a learning process that consists of three phases:  Applying the knowledge we have acquired so far  Verifying that knowledge and checking whether it is good enough  Applying feedback from practice, where practice gives us additional information based on which we learn further. Why your brain loves learning Two aspects affect the drive to learn: The psychological and the biological. The psychological aspect arises when we begin to develop critical thinking. I think this faculty helps a lot, that learning at higher levels also helps, where we start to think, and we begin to be critical of the things we learn. We are not taking everything for granted now, as we may have done in primary or secondary school, but we are starting to develop our own opinion and attitude. And that is followed by the biological aspect. It is interesting that, besides physical activity, learning is one of the known triggers for the secretion of 3 hormones that make us happy: dopamine, serotonin and endorphin. The part of the brain that consolidates the information we receive and incorporates it into short-term and long-term memory, spatial memory and so on, is the hippocampus. It tells us whether what our brain interprets through memories and information corresponds to what we receive through our senses. When we learn something or improve, the pleasure hormones begin to be secreted, which pushes us to continue doing what we do. The best things you can do to study more efficiently In our industry, it all comes down to finding the best way to absorb various information. That is why it is good practice to do a retrospective of our education – to re-examine the ways we have learned so far, to find the techniques we like best: What is the easiest way to read a book? How can I memorize information easily? This is not just learning about the subject but also learning about myself - what does it take for me to reach that knowledge? Could it be interesting for me to just watch video tutorials and have a great time, or do I have to read books and combine different media, go to lectures and training, and so on? Perhaps the best technique is to set goals for ourselves that draw us further towards education when we start working. One way this is done is mind mapping. It is a system in which we answer some three or four essential questions, about what we want to do, what is the goal we want to achieve, and then it starts from a central idea that branches to various options – How are we going to accomplish that goal?; By when do we want to achieve it? Which approach do we want to use? We must also reserve the time for learning, and it is helpful if the company supports you and gives you space and resources for learning and development. It could even specifically show you what to study, to force you by offering training and certification. The effect is much stronger when people are allowed to develop further as part of their work responsibilities, to incorporate education into their work. There is a fun way to train your brain Get a hobby. When you learn something new and exciting, you train your brain in different ways, you teach it to use new approaches, to remember as much as it can. So, don't worry if you start to be interested in other things that are not directly related to the job. Unfortunately, because of our capacity and ultimately the obligations we have in life, we need to be smart and strike a balance between these things. There should be a tendency to learn things that interest us, whether they’re job-related or not, things that just fulfill us. In that way, we become more aware, and richer in knowledge, our curiosity grows, critical thinking develops, and we feel more satisfied because we know more about the world we participate in. And the more satisfied we are with ourselves, the better we will reflect on any other sphere – especially business. For more information about Zühlke, visit their profile! 

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Arhiva | Iskustvo · 10.12.2015
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Velika mogućnost napredovanja i usavršavanja. Druželjubive kolege i posvećen menadžment. Redovni team-building event-ovi. Odličan work-life balans!

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Arhiva | Intervju · 10.12.2015.
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Software Engineer

Prihvatio/la ponudu

Intervju jako težak

Trajalo je 2 nedelje

Kako je izgledao proces

Intervju je iz više delova i traje 5-6 sati. Vrlo prijatno iskustvo i izuzetno profesionalno ophođenje prema kandidatima.

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Arhiva | Intervju · 08.12.2015.
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Junior AMS engineer

Prihvatio/la ponudu

Intervju jako težak

Trajalo je 4 nedelje

Kako je izgledao proces

Intervju je bio veoma težak, sva tri kruga su trajala otprilike 5 sati, s tim što je treći krug bio najduži i svakako najteži. Odličan proces selekcije i posle svakog kruga znate da li ste prošli dalje i dobijate i feedback. Sve je proteklo vrlo profesionalno i korektno.

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Prosečna neto plata

1500

Software Developer 1 plata

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1500
PROSEK
1500
MEDIJANA
1500
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1500

Prosečna neto plata

1600

Software Engineer 7 plata

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1100
PROSEK
1600
MEDIJANA
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2500

Prosečna neto plata

2800

Solution Architect 1 plata

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2800
PROSEK
2800
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2800
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2800

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