TRAINING AT BORBET

industrial clerk (m/f/d)
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What exactly does an industrial clerk (m/f/d) do?

During your apprenticeship, you will get to know the various departments and areas of responsibility. In order to give you a sound and the corresponding specialist knowledge, you will work in the following departments at BORBET:


• Human Resources

• Financial accounting

• Purchasing

• Sales

• Marketing

• Work Preparation

• Shipping/Logistics/Goods Receipt

• Quality Management

• Key-Account Assistance


Minimum qualifications: secondary school leaving certificatese


Duration of the apprenticeship:  approx. 3.5 years


What we are looking for:

• Interest in commercial contexts and processes

• Diligence and accuracy

• Communication skills

• Expressiveness and feeling for language

• Mathematical understanding and logical thinking

• Good command of written and spoken English


Did you know that…?

...you can climb the career ladder at BORBET after your apprenticeship? Additional qualifications or further studies enable you to take on interesting tasks and open up new career opportunities.


  • Human Resources

  • Financial accounting

  • Purchasing

  • Sales

  • Marketing

  • Work Preparation

  • Shipping/Logistics/Goods Receipt

  • Quality Management

  • Key-Account Assistance


Diary  (purchasing)

 

7.30 AM

I have a little leeway when it comes to starting work. I can start working between 7:00am and 8:00am.  
to work. First I start the computer and answer the incoming customer requests.


8.00 AM

I unlock my phone for incoming calls, so that my colleagues and our suppliers can reach me.

 

9.00 AM

In production, a component for a machine is urgently needed because this machine is at a standstill.
I check in SAP (business management system) whether the part has been ordered by us and whether an order confirmation has been received.

9.15 AM

The part has already been ordered.
I call our supplier and ask when the part will arrive in the goods receiving department.
After I receive the information, I pass it on to my colleague, the person who ordered the machine part.


12.30 PM

Now it's lunch break! I sit out in the sunshine with my colleagues and talk to them about about professional and private topics.


1.00 PM

A number of orders have gone out and therefore a lot of order confirmations have been received. I digitally assign them to the corresponding orders and compare the order conditions.


2.30 PM

An employee needs consumables for production. I check our merchandise management system and find that we have several suppliers for this item. I get quotes from the suppliers and then compare the purchase prices, delivery times and article specifications. I then order the I order the goods together with my colleague.


3.15 PM

I attach the quotation to the order and now wait for the order confirmation of the order.


4.00 PM

After eight hours of work, I have earned the end of the day. So: Off home



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