Electronics engineers are needed for manufacturing, testing, and troubleshooting high-end real-time vision and high-speed control systems. These systems are for information and communication technology or measurement and testing technology. Electronics engineers work in a wide range of areas. They work mainly in medium-sized and larger industrial companies, which manufacture, assemble, and maintain electronic systems, appliances, and components. Traditional tasks include single-unit production, switch cabinet construction, apparatus engineering, and circuit board production, including the professional soldering of individual components. To guarantee the best possible work in this area, we expect familiarity in working with ERP and PPS systems, qualified knowledge of materials, and good communication skills.
Secondary school leaving certificate (Realschulabschluss), A-levels, or equivalent qualification, preferably with a technical focus.
The apprenticeship normally lasts 3.5 years, but can be shortened by six months in exceptional cases if the apprentice is particularly skilled.
- Analysis of electrotechnical systems and testing of their functionality
- Production of electromechanical and electrical components
- Testing of circuit boards and their repair
- Assembly and wiring of components and appliances of energy, communication, and drive technology
- Inspection, measurement, adjustment, and comparison of components and appliances
- Commissioning of components and appliances
- Repair of components and appliances
- Switch cabinet construction and commissioning of complete systems