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Join our professional team

Do you want to develop your skills as a member of our professional team? We have jobs for experts not only in metalworking, but also in finance, R&D, logistics and many other fields.

Tikka Spikes as an employer

We need all kinds of experts, from technology to finance and HR management. If necessary, we can train production employees ourselves, so previous training or experience in metalworking is not necessary, but we do appreciate good motivation. Finnish language skills are required for production tasks, but English can be used for clerical tasks. More than 40 percent of our employees are women. We want our team to be as diverse as possible.

Come as you are

Production takes place in different shifts, from simple day shifts to uninterrupted five-shift work. White-collar workers can partially work remotely and use the flexibility offered of a working-time account. Our plant in Tikkakoski, Finland, is well connected by public transport, for example from Jyväskylä. For those who prefer to travel to work by their own car, we offer free, heated parking spaces, as well as a charging point for electric vehicles.

  • Exercise and cultural benefits
  • Massage benefits
  • Leisure-time accident insurance
  • Free parking with electrical outlet
  • Lunch benefits
  • Free tickets to the theatre and sports events
  • Possibility to use 2 working days per month for studying
  • Occupational healthcare services (including psychologist and physiotherapy)

Rauli Koivula

Rauli Koivula joined the Tikka Spikes production team in 2016 and transferred to the dispatch team in 2017. Koivula appreciates the friendly work community at Tikka Spikes and likes how you always get help when you ask for it and things are developed together. Moving forwards, Koivula wants to further develop his skills, and Tikka Spikes provides excellent opportunities for doing so.

Tomi Pirttimäki

Tomi Pirttimäki is already a fourth-generation member of the Tikka family. His great-grandfather Aleksi Pirttimäki worked shifts at the Tikkakoski plant in the 1920s. His grandfather Toivo Pirttimäki in turn was a technician who designed weapons and sewing machines that were in production from the 1940s to the 1980s. His father Simo Pirttimäki worked at Tikka from 1980 to 2015, first as a foreman and eventually as CEO. Tomi Pirttimäki began working summers at the plant in the early 2000s and currently works as a product development engineer. Tikka Spikes has traditionally been a sought-after workplace where employees have enjoyed long careers.

Tomi Pirttimäki

Aki Kuitunen

Aki Kuitunen heads the five-person maintenance team at Tikka Spikes. He first joined Tikka Spikes as a summer worker in 2008. After completing his engineering studies, he has been working in his current position since 2015. In Kuitunen’s opinion, the best thing about his work is getting to learn something new and develop as a professional. In the future, Kuitunen plans to study business in order to improve his opportunities to transfer to even more responsible positions. Kuitunen recommends the metal industry as a workplace because of its diversity.

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