The apprenticeship of a precision mechanic will make you to an expert for precise mechanical engineering components.
You will be trained to manufacture detail parts for fine mechanical components and machines. Furthermore you will gain the knowledge and the ability to assemble those parts together to functional electromechanical measurement and control devices.
The result of your work will be used for several aircraft and helicopter types, as well as for medical technology equipment. Therefore we expect you to work with the highest degree of precision and accuracy.
As a precision mechanic you will work very often on computer controlled machines - nevertheless the use of conventional machines and traditional craftsmanship is an important part of your training.
Systematic you will be trained to plan your work flow, to setup your machines and to master demanding skills, like turning, milling, drilling and grinding.
You will learn to use a variety of measurement and testing systems and you will be able to consider technical rules, standards and documents as a basis of your work.
Continuous improvement of your work flow, including the comprehension of economic aspects, well be a permanent and understood way of your work.
The regular time of the apprenticeship is 3½ years – this can be cut by 6 month, if you show permanently above average achievements.
You can integrate yourself into an existing team? - You are skilful in the use of tools? You have a good spatial sense, as well as a distinctive sense of order and accuracy?
You have at least a very good secondary school degree and high marks in maths and physics? - Then don’t hesitate to send us your application.
The apprenticeship pay will be disbursed in accordance to the agreement on tariffs of the Organisation of Metal-Industry, Schleswig Holstein.
If you made your final examinations with good marks, there is a good chance to be taken over into a regular employment contract.
After a successfully finished apprenticeship and a certain amount of work experience, you can go for further trainings, to become “Technician”, “Foreman” or “Certified/Graduated Engineer”.
We are looking forward to your written application.
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