Electronics technician (m/f/d) specializing in operating technology
your day

What exactly does an electronics technician (m/f/d) specializing in operating technology do?

Without electricity there is no BORBET wheel - it's as simple as that! As an electronics technician (m/f/d) for operating technology you are responsible for the power supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of all electronic and fully automatic systems in the plant.

Minimum qualifications: secondary school leaving certificate

Duration of the apprenticeship: approx. 3.5 years

What we are looking for:

  • Interest in electrical engineering
  • Care, circumspection
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Good knowledge of mathematics and computer science
  • Skilled craftsmanship

Did you know that…? an electronics technician (m/f/d) you have a wide range of opportunities for further training and thus a high degree of professional flexibility?

  • Checking the systems for power distribution

  • Maintenance of the operating systems

  • Installation of electrical components

  • Installation of drive systems, wiring of switchgears

  • Instructing users in the proper operation of the systems

6:00 AM    

I start my morning with the shift handover.    
6:30 AM      

Our workday consists of planned maintenance measures and the elimination of short-term malfunctions.    
Today, I first have to connect a new machine to the power supply, install the cable ducts and check the function of the machine. Of course, the work site has to be cleaned up afterwards.    
10:00 AM      

Break! Now we eat.    
10:30 AM      

Strengthened, we can continue. We have received a call that something is wrong with a machine.    
11:30 AM      

A machine is at a standstill, we look at the error message and search for the source of the problem. My colleague and I find the error, fix it and release the machine again.    
2:00 PM      

As every day, I tidy up the workshop with my colleagues and clean the tools used.    
2:30 PM     

Now I've finished work and I'm curious to see what tasks await me tomorrow.