J. Schneider Elektrotechnik manufacturers transformers, motors, generators and drive technology for demanding applications – from tunnel boring machines to paper mills, from public transport to amusement parks. You task is to install, repair, maintain and to test motors generators and drive systems – and keep all of it running.

Likewise, you will manufacturer transformers and complex drive control systems and much, much more. If something is not running the way it should, your technical skill will help to quickly find and quickly rectify the fault. Special customer requests and complex drive control systems are welcome challenges for you, which you gladly accept.

A great team and competent trainers will help you to master all tasks with flying colours.

[Translate to English:] zwei Elektroniker für Maschinen- und Antriebstechniker, die an einem Trafo arbeiten
Minimum academic qualification: Minimum academic qualification: School-leaving 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
Theoretical training: Offenburg and Kirchheim/Teck Vocational Schools
  Offenburg Trade Academy
  Internal training courses
Application documents: Complete application documents
  Cover letter
  The last 2 school reports

Electronics technician for machine and drive technology



If you are interested,
you can send your
complete application documents
directly to our personnel department.

J. Schneider Elektrotechnik GmbH

Human Ressources
Werner-von-Siemens Straße 12

77652 Offenburg



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