Training as an electronics engineer (m/f/d) for industrial engineering 

The previous pages offered a good insight into an electronics engineer for industrial engineering responsibilities. But what prerequisites must you meet to join this profession? What school certificates, characteristics and skills do you need? You'll find the answer to these questions here:

What school certificate is required?
General certificate of secondary education (good Hauptschulabschluss or a Realschulabschluss).

What characteristics and skills are required for the training?
You should be interested in electronics, especially electrical devices and systems, and enjoy mathematical and physical topics or questions. Your strength lies in your manual dexterity and your good spatial imagination. You also have a special interest in technical contexts. In your free time you may even repair smaller devices on your own. And it doesn't bother you if you become a little dirty. Furthermore you should be a real team player and physically resilient.

What we offer:
We offer exciting, informative training with professional contents and varied tasks. Thanks to the in-house, hands-on teaching, our trainees are optimally prepared for new activities in the company and for examinations at FE colleges. Companionship within the group is strengthened by an annual trip for trainees.

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Prospective future electronic engineers are welcome to sumit their application to us on paper or via email.

Our Training Manager Mandy Steinmetz will be glad to answer any questions that you may have by phone +49 5554 201 266 or mail at mandy.steinmetz@piller.de.

Applicant Management

Piller Blowers & Compressors GmbH

Nienhagener Str. 6
37186 Moringen
Germany

 

+49 5554 201-231
+49 5554 201-141
 hr@piller.de

PILLER video – Insight into the production process

Play the video and gain an insight into our production! What workstations are there? Which high-end machines are used? How is work carried out and in which way is quality ensured?