Industrial mechanic (m/f/d)

You like to work with metal and want to prove your manual skills? Are you fascinated by the assembly of pneumatic and electropneumatic controls as well as the production and assembly of machine parts? Do you want to work precisely and according to standards and do you enjoy working in a team? Then the training as an industrial mechanic (m/f/d) should be great fun for you.

Departments & Tasks
Training Center Basics of metal technology such as scribing, punching, filing, drilling, turning and milling
Thermostats Measuring systems Work independently on various production machines, flame braze brass sleeves, perform leak test of measurement systems.
PDL mechanics Maintain and repair machines, design and build jigs and workstations, drill, mill and turn parts for construction units.
Dial thermometer mounting Mounting of dial thermometers in various designs, manufacturing of mounting devices by drilling, turning and milling, flame soldering of microswitches
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Milling components

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Measuring and testing components


  • Good secondary school diploma or (technical) high school diploma
  • good performance in mathematics and physics
  • technical interest, manual skills
  • good spatial imagination
  • Ability to work in a team, commitment and reliability

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"I learned the basic skills such as drilling and milling directly in the first three months at the training centre."

1st year of training

"I like the fact that JUMO provides the right work clothes for the industrial trainees free of charge."

2nd year of training

"The mock exams that are held at the training centre prepare me very well for the final exam."

3rd year of training


Please send your application by e-mail in a PDF document to us.

Your contact person

Head of Technical Training

Frank Blasinger +49 661 6003-2202 +49 661 6003-2202

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