Motion is a mustAs an Industrial Mechanic specializing in Maintenance, you are responsible for inspecting and maintaining industrial machines and plants in addition to inspecting and maintaining equipment. This includes all kinds of production plants and machines, such as large production systems, conveyor plants and turning and milling machines. You will mount and remove parts and components, localize errors, and effect repairs for troubleshooting. After a performance test, you determine when to restart the machines and plants.
Opportunities at H.C. Starck
Training to become an Industrial Mechanic takes three and a half years. During this time, we will provide you with opportunities to expand your skills by taking on a range of interesting tasks and new challenges, and develop your own independent way of working.
During training you will learn about:
- Starting up machines and plants along with maintaining their serviceability
- Planning and regulating work flows and motion sequences, monitoring and assessing the results
- Aligning and tensioning tools and components, manual and mechanical tensioning, grinding, shaping and joining
- Setting up and testing pneumatic circuits
- Assembling components and assembly groups, testing and setting individual functions of assembly groups by measuring and recording travel values and performance data
- Thermal cutting, hot forming, fusion welding
Show us your full potential
We truly enjoy working with dedicated and team-oriented people who are curious, and ready to learn and grow. We will help you develop your sense of self as a responsible individual, which we feel includes qualities like a thirst for knowledge, an inquisitive mind, a zest for action, courtesy, and a sense of humor. Does this sound like you? Then you would be a great fit.