If you are interested in computer technology and modern equipment and also wanted to know how such a machine works in the past, then the electronics technician for industrial engineering might be just right for you.
As an electronics technician for operating technology at Schütte, you ensure that all energy supply technology systems are maintained and that there are no failures. This includes tasks such as controlling and regulating production processes (for example), measuring the temperature and pressure of the machine, installing cables and also setting up workstations. And all this in compliance with the current regulations on accident prevention.
As in industrial mechanics, the electronics technician for industrial engineering can also be deployed at customers' sites all over the world.
All in all, this is a very interesting and versatile apprenticeship with many opportunities for future careers. But of course, no master has fallen from the sky, so we teach you everything a successful electronics technician for industrial engineering needs to know in 3.5 years.
During the 3.5 years of training, you will go to vocational school 1-2 times a week, where you will learn everything about energy distribution and building systems. On the other 3-4 days, you will learn about the practical side of the job in our training workshop and on projects with colleagues.
As already mentioned, you should have an interest in technical processes, manual dexterity and good imagination.
The minimum requirement is a secondary school leaving certificate type 10B and good grades in Mathematics, German and Physics. And you should also enjoy working in a team!
All applicants first receive a confirmation of receipt of their documents. After a pre-selection, which is made on the basis of the information from the applications, we invite the suitable applicants to a first personal interview with the trainers and the personnel department. This is followed by a further appointment in which the company is presented during a tour, among other things. In the technical occupations, you will also get to know the training workshop. If you are still sure that you want to start training at Schütte and we are, then you will receive an acceptance letter and the corresponding training contract at very short notice.
That always depends on the respective training. For all of them, however, you should have good grades, an open mind for new things, and team spirit and commitment are required.
Depending on the occupation, it takes 3-3.5 years. For industrial clerks, it can be shortened from 3 to 2.5 years with the right school-leaving certificate.
The training allowance is subject to the IG-Metall collective agreement. Of course, the salary plays a big role. So don't be afraid to ask about it.
Training always starts in September. You should apply about a year in advance.
Due to sustainability, we now only accept applications by email.
We have an exact number of free places available in each training area and each year. These are always noted on the website. If there are no vacancies addressed there, we have already filled all positions. We can then consider a speculative application for the coming year at the earliest.
If you have received an invitation to an interview, you should inform yourself in advance about Schütte and the desired apprenticeship. You can find everything you need to know on our website. Think about your strengths and weaknesses and the reason for your career choice. A tip from us: Practice a conversation with your parents or friends. It may feel strange, but it helps.
With an invitation to an interview, we have already liked your profile. So the first hurdle has already been taken. If you have prepared well, there is no reason to be nervous. Just be yourself. We want to get to know you better during the interview and you should take advantage of this opportunity. After all, we should both be sure that the training field and we as an employer are right for you. Therefore, you should also take the opportunity to ask us everything that interests you.
We will try to help you as much as possible with your application. If you still have questions, you can always send us an email an:email@example.com or call us on 0221 83 99 0. We look forward to hearing from you.