Mission: Becoming the fastest brand in the world isn’t just a mission statement, it’s the rally cry for a company culture determined to discover and shape what lies beyond. Driven by our FOREVER FASTER positioning, our ambition is to capture the attention of the world ...
The next step for innovating the future of sport is here. Today we introduce Fit Intelligence, PUMA’s latest technology platform designed to automate and fine tune performance fit. Charles Johnson, PUMA’s Global Director of Innovation, explains the digital technology behind the shoe. Watch the video now.
Keep driving the game. We are excited to announce plans for our new North American HQ in Somerville, Massachusetts. The new space will allow great collaboration and innovation among our 450 Westford and Boston employees. With exclusive access to a 19,000-square-foot roof deck complete with basketball courts and a picnic area and state-of-the-art fitness facility, our employees will have all the opportunities to unlock their energy. Want to know more? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbDa
When Rudolf Dassler named his company PUMA, he knew the speed and spirit of the cat would come to embody everything he loved about sports. Today, Dassler’s words continue to inspire and define our working culture: We are at our best when we work with SPEED & SPIRIT.
At PUMA, every day is a chance to unleash the work of our lives, supported by an environment that encourages us to
BE DRIVEN in our performance,
BE VIBRANT in our sporting legacy,
BE TOGETHER in our team spirit,
and BE YOU so that our individual talents and experiences are always brought to the table.
We become our best selves when we don’t just work, but work with Speed & Spirit. To successfully drive sport and culture forward, we do more than move Forever Faster. We do it with values that guide our unique way of working at PUMA. With the spirit that brought PUMA to life and the undeniable joy of working together.
Driven by an ambition to become the fastest brand in sports, we nurture talent and offer an empowering career experience, opening growth opportunities and personal development with wide range of training programs.
Mobile Working and flexible hours can help you to tailor your day to best suit you, with the full flexibility to start and end your day. Stay connected even more flexibly working from anywhere you wish.
Kids are always welcome to PUMA. Our initiatives make the work and family life balance as easy as it gets. Parent-Child offices, Kids days, summer camps and many other events, all in place to facilitate an optimal environment for our employees to support the life of our working parents.
Our employees are looking for modern careers in modern workplaces and we support you all the way with a wide range of solutions for different stages in life, all this is part of our Wellbeing plan.
At PUMA, it’s all about making sure we unleash the best work of our lives.
Read more on our corporate website: https://about.puma.com/en/careers
For 70 years, PUMA has relentlessly pushed sport and culture forward by creating fast products for the world’s fastest athletes. Our Headquarters lies at the center of it all. Everything about our working culture is built to inspire our Speed & Spirit to become our best selves and unleash the work of our lives.
But what’s work without play? Our Headquarters is built around our sporting lifestyle, from our organic canteen to on-site soccer fields and basketball courts to a variety of indoor sports activities and a brand-new gym. There’s always plenty of action going on to inspire our Speed & Spirit.
PUMA Global Headquarters with over 1000 employees, is located in the heart of Herzogenaurach in Southern Germany, in-between Frankfurt and Munich. Anyone with a sporting mind-set will thrive here and the locals will tell you that Herzo combines a cosy Franconian atmosphere with a global attitude.
PUMA also has Corporate Offices in Hong Kong, Boston and Ho Chi Mihn, read more on our Corporate Website: https://about.puma.com/en/careers/locations
At PUMA, we go fast, but like PUMA founder Rudolf Dassler says, speed is nothing, if we leave our PUMA spirit behind. That same SPEED & SPIRIT is what drives us today, and it’s what we look for in candidates looking to help us push sport and fashion forward.
Self-driven and passionate performers, who exhibit a knack for out of the box thinking, tend to do well here. But most of all, you need to be a team player.
With over 60 nationalities represented in our headquarters, we attract the best people from all over the globe, and are proud to have one of the strongest talent development programs around. So, if you want to accelerate your career in a dynamic and empowering work environment, show us your SPEED & SPIRIT, and blow us all away.
To help us succeed at PUMA we also keep some simple values in mind to guide our daily work. They encourage us to BE DRIVEN in our performance, BE VIBRANT in our sporting legacy, BE TOGETHER in our team spirit, and BE YOU, so that our individual talents and experiences are always brought to the table.
Like we said, simple, but also highly motivating. Now you know a little more about us, we look forward to learning more about you.
Most successful candidates separate themselves by presenting a motivating personality and skillset with a clear perspective on their potential impact on PUMA. Here are some questions to think about when applying:
Lastly, if you get invited to meet us, just remember that at PUMA, every day is casual Friday, so relax and leave suit and tie at home.
Applying for a job at PUMA is easy. Just go to our career page and apply online. Simply open your preferred job posting, click APPLY ONLINE and follow the steps for uploading your application. And remember, we are an international company, so English is our corporate language.
I worked at PUMA part-time (Less than a year)
Employee discount, good co-workers, good energy.
It got a little lonely
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at PUMA in July 2015.
The interview process was pretty standard asking you the basic interview questions "what is your greatest strength and weakness" "Describe a time when you turned a bad situation into a good situation" etc. However, one thing i noticed is that the interview almost seemed to be scripted by asking you the generic interview questions. Also they seemed uninterested in my past experiences and really getting to know who I am.