Agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer
Rolling your sleeves up and getting to work, servicing and repairing engines and gearboxes, solving problems on site with the customer — that's what you can expect during your training as an agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer (m/f).
Does a job that requires training suit you?
You are ideally suited to a profession as an agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer (m/w) if
- You like to work with machines, for example mopeds or emergency vehicles of the Federal Agency for Technical Relief
- You enjoy tinkering patiently with devices until they work
- You are open-minded and like to offer your handiwork to family and friends
- You have good technical understanding, for example identifying the causes of errors, malfunctions and damage
- You are interested in physics and mathematics and not afraid of numbers
- You work with great care
- You are reliable and trustworthy
- You are down to earth and open minded
How you benefit
Are there any more questions?
Why does a forklift manufacturer provide training to become an agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer?
In terms of technology, our products differ very little from the devices of agricultural and construction machinery manufacturers. The vocational training to become an agricultural and construction machinery mechatronics engineer fulfils the exact requirements needed to join the company as a mobile after sales service engineer (m/f). Most of the training contents are taught over the course of your daily work and you can immediately put what you have learned into practice. You will almost certainly have seen one of our products in use in the supermarket, in the furniture shop or in the DIY store — why not take a closer look!
What does the training include?
The training is divided into theory and practice. During the practical phase, your training officer will be on hand in the subsidiary to answer any questions about training. You will be alternately deployed to the customer site with an experienced after sales service engineer and in our workshop. The theory is taught by our inter-company partner in Warendorf near Münster in North Rhine-Westphalia in modules specially designed for Jungheinrich using our devices. Vocational training takes place in blocks. During this time, you study together with the other trainees and form a valuable network of colleagues and friends, which can endure long after training ends.
What qualifications should you have?
- At least an intermediate-level school leaving certificate
- In particular, satisfactory grades in the subjects of mathematics and physics
- An interest in technical processes
- Manual dexterity and technical skill
- An enjoyment of handling materials