Career

More than a qualified apprenticeship

Other than imparting technical knowledge and skills, apprenticeships at JUMO are especially targeted toward personal development and building up teamwork skills. JUMO educates people who confidently take responsibility for themselves and others, demonstrate social involvement, and identify with the company. Apprentices will discover that JUMO is an expert partner for their career start.

Apprentice for glass apparatus mechanic

Apprentice for glass apparatus mechanic

Industrial management apprentices

Our prospective industrial managers

Apprentice electronics technician for industrial engineering

Apprenticeships

JUMO can train you in different areas and for different occupations. On the one hand, this includes the industrial and technical apprenticeship trades of electrical engineering, information technology, glass technology, and metal technology. On the other hand are the commercial occupations. But just as JUMO is "more than sensors + automation" our apprenticeships are "more than education". This is where you can learn about the various apprenticeship trades and find out what more we can offer beyond professional qualifications.

Apprentice information technology

Apprentice: information technology

Apprentice electronics technician – devices and systems

Apprentice: electronics technician – devices and systems

Apprentice: industrial mechanic

JUMO apprentices in front of a travel coach

Our apprentices on their big adventure

JUMO AzubiMobil

More flexibility for our apprentices: the JUMO Azubi-Mobil.

Apply now!

Please mail your application to the following address or send it via email (PDF document) if you prefer:

JUMO GmbH & Co. KG
Personalabteilung
Moritz-Juchheim-Str. 1
36039 Fulda

bewerbung@jumo.net

Apprenticeships brochure

All of the information you need about apprenticeships at JUMO (available in German only).

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Learning-by-doing-day

We offer a learning-by-doing day specifically for our metal and electrical engineering apprenticeship trades with the opportunity to get to know the relevant skilled occupations, apprenticeship content, the apprenticeship supervisors, as well as JUMO as a company. Interested parties can take part in a workshop to ascertain their technical abilities and already gain some initial practical experience.


The learning-by-doing day is designed to help you with your career choices and does not constitute an entry qualification for the application process. However, interested parties should ideally meet the above requirements of the individual apprenticeship trades.

Your contact persons


Frank Blasinger

Electrical engineering and metal technology

Frank Blasinger - Head of Technical Training +49 661 6003-2202 Frank.Blasinger@jumo.net +49 661 6003-2202


Tamara Stauch

Commercial areas

Tamara Stauch - Head of Commercial Vocational Training +49 661 6003-2146 Tamara.Stauch@jumo.net +49 661 6003-2146


Karsten Röth

Information technology

Karsten Röth - Information Technology Training +49 661 6003-9139 karsten.roeth@jumo.net +49 661 6003-9139


Daniel Gäbler

Glass technology

Daniel Gäbler - Glass Technology Training +49 661 6003-659 Daniel.Gaebler@jumo.net +49 661 6003-659

Career aptitude tests

Are you still unsure which apprenticeship trade is the best one for you or would you like to know which career is best suited to you? The Internet offers numerous professional aptitude tests that can give you an initial orientation. It's worth giving them a go. Here are some links (German websites):