Facility and operations electrical engineer

with the following main modules: Automation and process control technology, facility and operational engineering
Electrical engineer

As an electrical engineer, you plan, assemble and install a wide variety of electrical and electronic devices and systems. You also maintain and repair them. These include high and low voltage systems, control and regulation systems or alarm systems. You work with monitoring systems, electrical building installations, electrical machines and very often with industrial machines and systems. Your job also includes energy supply systems and lots of other devices and equipment.


As an electrical engineer, you have the following tasks and challenges:

  • Main module automation and process control technology
  • Setting up, commissioning and maintaining automation and process control systems
  • Searching for and correcting errors and faults in systems
  • Optimizing, adjusting and further development of control systems
  • Working on electrical, pneumatic and electro-pneumatic systems, in compliance with relevant safety regulations, norms, environmental and quality standards.

Main module system and operations engineering

  • Setting up, commissioning and maintaining electrical machines, devices and systems
  • Searching for and correcting errors and faults in electrical and pneumatic systems
  • Installing, testing and maintaining control and regulating systems, as well as correcting faults
  • Ensuring power supply in operations

Apprenticeship time period:

4 years (two primary modules)

Vocational school:

10-week course per apprenticeship year with accommodation at the school, vocational school 1 in Gmunden

Work schedule:

Day shift or flextime (shift work also possible with job experience)

Opportunities for advancement:

Team leader, foreman, master, managerial position in middle management or higher management position

Continuing education opportunities:

Master craftsman school for electrical engineering and much more

The following is helpful:

Technical understanding and interest in electrical systems

You will fit in best with if you have the following:

  • Interest in technology and electricity
  • Good fine motor skills in hands and fingers
  • Manual skills
  • Logical/analytical thinking
  • Careful and accurate work
  • Good at arithmetic and physics
  • Willingness to work hard and to do physical work
  • Commitment, good communication skills and ability to work in a team
Contact Person Gottfried Engelbrecht-Diesslbacher
+43 7672 33000 2851
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