What does an IT specialist for system integration (m/f/d) do?
IT specialists specializing in system integration or IT specialists for system integration are responsible for the planning and configuration of IT systems. This includes:
installing and setting up hardware components, operating systems and networks according to customer requirements.
When faults occur, they are on hand with modern diagnostic systems and help users with application problems.
During your training as an IT specialist for system integration, you will learn many different subjects. Among other things, you will learn how to distinguish between operating systems and their areas of application and what you need to consider when customizing and configuring them, how to apply programming logic and methods, and what to look out for when testing systems.
Secondary school leaving certificate (Realschulabschluss), A-levels, or equivalent qualification, preferably with a technical focus.
The apprenticeship normally lasts 3 years, but can be shortened by six months in exceptional cases if the apprentice is particularly skilled.
- Data analysis, data administration, data development
- SAP development
- conducting user trainings
- develop user-friendly interfaces
- customize, improve and test applications
- support and maintenance of information and telecommunication systems
- support of networks
- creation of technical documentations
- IT support