Job positions at Tunturi

Working at Tunturi

Do you want to be part of a young, enthusiastic and ambitious team? Are you entrepreneurial, enthusiastic and would you like to work with us? Take a quick look at the vacancy overview at the bottom of the page and apply!

Tunturi was founded in 1922 in Finland and is known as the world's leading player in the market for fitness equipment, fitness accessories and power stations. We specialize in products for home use, but we also have a good offer in the (semi) commercial market. Rehabilitation clinics, physiotherapists, hotels and commercial gyms use our products frequently.

We are a healthy company that shows a nice constant growth. The head office is in Almere where approximately 35 employees handle the purchasing, sales, marketing, product development and distribution of fitness equipment and accessories. They do this for customers in the Benelux but also outside of it. We are active in more than 50 countries and countries are added annually.



Jobs in Almere (HQ)

Are you sporty and do you like an active lifestyle? Is it your passion to get people moving and do you want to contribute to the growth of a healthier lifestyle? Then quickly apply for one of the following positions:

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