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Apprenticeship as electronics specialist in motor technology (m/f/d) in Osnabrück, Germany

- Please note that knowledge of the German language and a residency permit are required -

In the field of special machine construction, Wölfer has stood for technically demanding and customer-specific drive solutions for 75 years. With a high export share and key customers around the globe, we are internationally successful. Our electric motors drive crane systems in all major international ports, on ships or in large industrial plants. 

The job as an electronics specialist in motor and drive technology is very complex. The tasks generally include assembly, testing, commissioning, and maintenance of electrical motors and drive systems. Our electronics specialists for motor and drive technology produce windings and assemble mechanical, electrical, and electronic motor components. Alongside this, they also carry out diagnostics and motor tests.