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Whether it is the production of metal from ore, plastic components for the automotive industry or glass processing for drinking bottles, process mechanics are the persons behind the scenes. The profession is characterised by one thing in particular: your task is to process various raw materials to create specific products.
Dual training in industry (governed by the Apprenticeship Ordinance)
Secondary school leaving certificate (Hauptschulabschluss)
I am doing my apprenticeship in the field of process mechanics for plastics and rubber technology
What are your main duties?
As a process mechanic for plastics and rubber technology, I set up the machines correctly for each production step. During my training, I learn how to set up and program the production machines. As a systems and team supervisor, I organise and monitor production.
What prerequisites should applicants fulfil?
A good secondary school leaving certificate with good marks in mathematics and physics are helpful for this apprenticeship. Good technical understanding and manual dexterity as well as the ability to work in a team are also advantageous for this occupation.
What prospects and career opportunities will you have after completing your apprenticeship?
After my apprenticeship, I have the chance to work as a skilled worker and specialise in certain technologies. Furthermore, I can complete a master craftsman course or train to become a technician. I can also choose to take up an engineering degree.
Apply online on our website
The following documents should be included with your application:
Cover letter, curriculum vitae, certificates and references
Your apprenticeship begins in September
Submit your application documents as early as possible!