Trainees

Our trainees are the backbone of our company. Every year Broetje-Automation welcomes young, motivated talents and trains them according to demand. This enables, with a motivated work ethic, a takeover in our dedicated team.

The training to become a specialist in the areas of electrics, assembly, warehouse and on a commercial level takes place in close practical contact and on-the-job, to offer the most varied and interesting training possible. As a newcomer, you will work and learn all the important areas of your field of interest for 3 years and have the opportunity to work on our exciting projects right from the start.

Sounds exciting? Maybe we will get to know each other soon in a job interview.

Your Benefits

  • 35-hour week
  • 30 days vacation
  • Salary according to collective agreement and special payment
  • Flexitime
  • Metal pension
  • Company canteen
  • Hansefit sports offer
  • Individual development opportunities
  • Home office (commercial trainees)

Ramping Up Wind Turbine Production with Torque Systems – Broetje-Automation delivers automated equipment to Siemens Gamesa

The production of wind turbines is expected to increase drastically in the coming years. To prepare for a fast and reliable production ramp-up, Broetje-Automation supports Siemens Gamesa with automated equipment. With the delivery of an automated bolt fastening machine to the factory in Cuxhaven, the partners have reached an important milestone in the establishment of the Torque Systems product family.

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VE2E: Research project for the development of the factory of the future a complete success

It began as a promising vision in July 2021 and has now come to a successful conclusion: the research project “Vertically integrated, sustainable end-to-end factory (VE2E)” for the development of a digital Factory of the Future. At the beginning of March, the forward-looking results of the research project were presented to a wide audience at Premium AEROTEC’s Varel site.