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Process technology or office management? The professions at our company that require apprenticeship training are varied and future-proof, and they will help you develop both personally and professionally. We are offering something more than simply sound professional training based on theory and practice. Alongside the purely professional aspect, you will also benefit from an appreciation for your day-to-day work, a respectful and familial working relationship and interesting input on a continual basis, making an apprenticeship with us particularly valuable and long-lasting. We look forward to meeting you! 

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Nicole Seifert

Head of Human Resources, Authorized signatory

Apprenticeship as industrial clerk

As an industrial clerk, you have your company's figures in your blood. With us, you will learn how all processes in our company work and will soon be able to organize them yourself and check that everything is correct.

Apprenticeship as Management Assistant for Office Communication

Training as an office management assistant is very versatile, and we also expect a lot from you: You will learn how to manage all processes in our company. With a good school leaving certificate, you have the best chances for an apprenticeship with us and good prospects for the future.

Apprenticeship as a metal process engineer

You will learn everything about recycling and refining non-ferrous metals and special alloys. As a process technologist for metal, you produce alloys in all technically possible formats: from large ingots to fine wires.

Apprenticeship as an electronics technician for operating technology

If you start your training as an electronics technician with us, you will soon be familiar with circuit diagrams, systems engineering and programming: You will learn to draw them and to program and configure the associated systems.

Apprenticeship as industrial mechanic

As an industrial mechanic you will learn everything about how to build, maintain, repair and operate our machines and production facilities. You will learn a lot about recycling and refining non-ferrous metals, such as hard lead and a range of special alloys.