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Industrial mechanic (m/f/d) - specialisazion operation technology
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What exactly does an industrial mechanic (m/f/d) specialisazion operation technology do?

Are you looking for a technical, craft-based apprenticeship where you can take on responsibility at an early stage?
Then the profession of industrial mechanic is made for you! You make sure that everything runs smoothly in production.


Minimum qualifications:: secondary school leaving certificate/average maturity for the location of BORBET Sachsen GmbH


Duration of the apprenticeship:: approx. 3,5 years


What we are looking for:

• Interested in maschine technology

• Care an sircumspection

• Ability to work in a team

• Knowlegde of mathematics, physics and informatic

• Basic knowledge of electrical- and controlengeneering

• manual dextarity

 

Did you know that…

… during your training as an industrial technician (m/f/d) you have the opportunity to specialize in many fields.
In addition, you can shorten your training to three years if you perform particularly well.
The door is also open to you to gain further qualifications with a master craftsman, technician or other degrees.

your tasks

  • Repair of machines and production equipment
  • Maintenance and repair of manufacturing equipment
  • Commissioning of new production lines
  • production of fixtures and spare parts made of metal or plastics

Diary

 

6.00 AM

My workday begins with a meeting with the journeymen, who tell me what repairs are needed and what tasks I can
and what tasks I can do. 


6.30 AM

Now it's time for the morning tour of the mechanical processing department.
Here I check all the machines and top up the lubricating oils.

7.30 AM

Next up is a repair in production. My colleague explains the contagious work steps to me and
together we repair the defective machine. After our release, production can continue there.


10.00 AM

Break!


10.30 AM

I repair damaged spare parts, then store them and finally book them into the SAP system.


10.45 AM

Machine downtime! - I have to quickly replace a defective V-belt in a high-gloss rotary cell to keep the downtime of the machine to a minimum. Of the machine as low as possible. A sense of responsibility is very important in my job,
because stagnant machines mean stagnant production and therefore low output.


1.00 PM

I tidy up the workshop, sort the spare parts that have been delivered and enter them in the SAP system.


2.30 PM

Now I'm off work.



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