Mechatronics Engineer (m/f/d)


"During training, I gained a broad spectrum of experience in the areas of the machining of metals, electrical engineering and information technology and established a well-founded knowledge. I am pleased to have completed my training at ENERCON, as I believe power generation through renewables is necessary and geared to the future, and ENERCON offers me many opportunities for continuing professional development."

Mimke Rohden

Mechanical, electrical and control engineering: Modern plant and machinery are loaded with these technologies. They are linked to one another and the desired output is only ensured through their perfect interplay. This is where you come in, as a Mechatronics Engineer. Because in this profession you bring together knowledge from different areas. You learn all of this at ENERCON in a high practice-based and very varied training programme. The operational activities include the manufacture of turned and milled parts, the assembly of devices for plant construction, the installation of wind energy converters, carrying out of changes and troubleshooting of complex automated systems as well as independent planning and manufacture of small mechatronic systems. You learn how to think through complex associations and have corresponding problem solving skills. This makes you, as a Mechatronics Engineer, a much sought-after and expert point of contact who supports colleagues both through advice and action - irrespective of whether in the construction, setting, commissioning or maintenance of machinery and plant.

Duration of training

3.5 years

Entrance requirements

A secondary school certificate, an interest in technology and a team player.

Continuing professional development opportunities

Continuing professional development opportunities, e.g. State-qualified Engineer (m/f/d), Industrial or Master Craftsman (m/f/d) or a specific degree course through ENERCON.

Further training professions

Energy for the world


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