Industrial mechanic (f/m/d)

You want to actively shape both your personal future and the future of the city of Erlangen?

You have a knack for working with technical components? You have talent in grasping technical contexts and are handy? You want to see at the end of the day what you have achieved? Are you interested in operating machines and have you perhaps already gained some experience in this field? Then training to become an industrial mechanic* could be just the thing for you!

The* Industrial Mechanic*in is a mono-profession, which means that one does not specialize in a particular field. All trainees therefore receive the same basic training and can later be employed in any specialty. In the drainage company of the city of Erlangen, you will perform important public tasks and work actively for the citizens in environmental protection.

As an industrial mechanic, you will manufacture assemblies for machines and production plants, set them up or convert them. You monitor and optimize the manufacturing process. You will also take care of repair and maintenance work on operating equipment and technical systems and select test equipment for this purpose, determine the causes of malfunctions, replace defective components or wearing parts, for example, check bearings or retighten screws. In some cases, you will manufacture any necessary spare parts yourself.

In addition, you will be familiarized with various other areas of responsibility during your training, such as pneumatics, hydraulics, electrotechnical basics as well as quality management or the documentation of your work processes. You will gain an insight into welding (including plastic welding PE) and soldering as well as the cutting and chipping of materials. You will support your colleagues in planning and organizing the work processes and pay attention to occupational safety, health protection and compliance with the necessary environmental protection measures.

You will already gain a comprehensive insight into all sub-areas of the job description during the training and will find that your tasks are very diverse and varied both during and after the training. As a trained specialist, you can also expect various in-depth training courses that will qualify you even further for your work as an industrial mechanic*. These include, for example, fastening technician and crane operator. Further specific training on certain systems and machines, as well as the safety rules for handling hazardous substances, will supplement your training.

So you get an attractive, challenging and varied profession - In and For Erlangen.


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