At J. Schneider, 100% reliability of the electronic power supplies at all times is an absolute prerequisite. As an electronics technician for devices and systems, it is your task to precisely ensure that this is the case.
You develop layouts for PCBs and devices, populate PCBs, solder and test components, install and wire devices. In short: You completely set up systems and commission them. These tasks require responsibility. However, through your curiosity, creativity, your meticulous work, and naturally your love of technology, you handle of this very effectively. This is something you can be proud of. Each day anew.
As part of a well-supported team and with a lot of fun, at J. Schneider at vocational schools and at the IHK Training Centre, you will learn everything you need for a successful entry into professional life.
|Minimum academic qualification:||secondary school certificate (school leaving certificate, roughly equivalent to the British GCSE)|
|School certificate of a 1-year or 2-year vocational school for electrical engineering|
|Duration of the apprenticeship:||3,5 years|
|Helpful:||Enjoyment of, and good grades in maths and physics|
If you are interested,
you can send your
complete application documents
directly to our personnel department.