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GMVA – a good address for your future career

The career opportunities at GMVA are as varied and comprehensive as the services we offer. A job in our administration offices, laboratories, electronic workshops or doing one of the many other activities needed for thermal waste treatment are just a few of the entry-level careers that we can offer. University graduates just stepping out on their career can also apply to join one of REMONDIS’ graduate trainee programmes. Browse through these pages to find out more about the vacancies and apprenticeship jobs currently on offer. If you have a question about one of the jobs, then simply ring our HR department: T +49 208 8594-242.

Vacancies

A list of all of our vacancies can be found here. You can send us an unsolicited application, if there are currently no vacant positions on offer.

This year, the apprenticeships at GMVA are due to start on 1st of September 2019.

The deadline for applying to do an apprenticeship in 2019 is 04th of January 2019.

Please respect that we can only accept documents with PDF-Format by sending per mail.

Apprenticeship jobs

  • GMVA offers apprenticeships in a variety of professions.

    • Electronics Engineer in Automation Technology

      The apprenticeship to become an Electronics Engineer in Automation Technology at GMVA takes three and a half years to complete.

      Besides gaining on-the-job training, apprentices must also go to classes provided by a vocational college and take part in inter-company training courses.

      Apprentices are taught the following skills:

       

      Analysing interconnected functions / processes; developing ways to alter and extend automation systems, e.g. for production processes, process technology, nanotechnology applications, networks, traffic control technology & building technology; installing facilities / components and putting them into operation

      • Installing and adjusting pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical drive systems
      • Installing and adjusting sensor and actuator systems as well as structural assemblies found in electrical control technology
      • Installing, adapting and adjusting components and devices, operating systems, bus systems and networks
      • Programming automation systems
      • Connecting components with complex automation mechanisms; integrating automation mechanisms into higher-level systems
      • Testing automation systems, putting automation facilities into operation, handing these over to the users and instructing them on how to use them

      Monitoring, maintaining & operating facilities

      • Managing automation systems, monitoring, maintaining and using facilities, carrying out regular checks
      • Using application programmes to record, transmit and process measurement data as well as to control production processes, machinery and/or processes
      • Using test software and diagnostic systems
      • Optimising control circuits
      • Tracking down and remedying problems, analysing the cause of problems as a quality assurance tool

      Documenting tasks & complying with rules and regulations

      • Compiling and evaluating documentation, taking manufacturers’ information and other documents into account (also in English)
      • Taking laws and ordinances, operating instructions and users’ wishes into account

      Qualifications required:

      • School leaving certificate (age 16)
      • Sound knowledge of Maths and Physics
      • An interest in technology
      • Manual dexterity
      • Logical reasoning
      • A team player; works in a careful manner

      GMVA
      Niederrhein GmbH
      Postfach 10 16 37
      46016 Oberhausen
      Please send us your application (plus all documents required) or your request for further information by email to email

      Industrial Electronics Engineer

      The apprenticeship to become an Industrial Electronics Engineer at GMVA takes three and a half years to complete.

      Besides gaining on-the-job training, apprentices must also go to classes provided by a vocational college and take part in inter-company training courses.

      Apprentices are taught the following skills:

       

      Developing ways to alter & extend electrical installations

      Installing facilities / components & putting them into operation

       

      • Setting up / clearing up work areas
      • Ensuring that facilities are provided with energy supply, communications and/or lighting technology
      • Installing cable routing systems, information and power lines
      • Installing and setting up machine / drive systems including their pneumatic and hydraulic parts
      • Assembling and wiring switching equipment and automation systems
      • Performing electrotechnical measurements, testing building technology systems and putting these into operation
      • Programming and adjusting systems, checking their function and safety devices
      • Handing facilities over to the users and instructing them on how to use them

      Monitoring work carried out by service providers & other trades, Arranging when & what work must be carried out Monitoring & maintaining facilities, carrying out regular checks

      • Taking immediate action, depending on the problem and safety requirements
      • Tracking down and remedying problems
      • Analysing the cause of problems as a quality assurance tool
      • Following and/or compiling documents, e.g. manufacturers’ information, manuals (also in English), rules and regulations and documentation

      Qualifications required:

      • School leaving certificate (age 16)
      • Sound knowledge of Maths and Physics
      • An interest in technology
      • Works in an attentive, reliable & careful manner
      • Manual dexterity
      • Good spatial skills
      • A team player; reliable

      GMVA
      Niederrhein GmbH
      Postfach 10 16 37
      46016 Oberhausen
      Please send us your application (plus all documents required) or your request for further information by email to email

      Construction Mechanic

      The apprenticeship to become a Construction Mechanic at GMVA takes three and a half years to complete.

      Besides gaining on-the-job training, apprentices must also go to classes provided by a vocational college and take part in inter-company training courses.

      Apprentices are taught the following skills:

      Planning & preparing tasks as part of a team

      • Planning, preparing and organising tasks as part of a team; organising work schedules with other teams in the plant
      • Evaluating technical drawings and other documents and determining the individual processing steps or installation plans

      Working with structural components & metal structures

      • Reshaping / separating structural components and metal structures made of sheet metal, pipes or section, e.g. using thermal processes
      • Joining sheet metal, pipes, sections or structural assemblies, deploying various types of welding techniques
      • Assembling structural components / structural assemblies
      • Dismantling metal structures
      • Servicing, maintaining and repairing machinery and tools; where required, checking the electrotechnical parts found in control technology

      Performing quality control checks

      • Observing quality standards, implementing company quality management guidelines, helping to continuously improve work processes
      • Documenting tasks and results

      Qualifications required::

      • School leaving certificate (age 16)
      • Sound knowledge of Maths and Physics
      • An interest in technology
      • Manual dexterity
      • Logical reasoning
      • A team player; works in a careful manner

      GMVA
      Niederrhein GmbH
      Postfach 10 16 37
      46016 Oberhausen
      Please send us your application (plus all documents required) or your request for further information by email to email

Internships

We offer a wide range of internships. Undergraduates, who are studying Engineering or Economics, for example, and have to do an internship as part of their course, can do this at our plant and, where applicable, write their dissertation at our company. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer the 8-week foundation internships required by some higher education institutes. Schoolchildren, however, are welcome to apply for an internship so that they can get a first impression of what the world of work is really like. Such interns get to see our electronic workshop, our E&I workshop and our laboratories as well as our admin offices, metalworking shop and materials management department. An internship at our company is, without a doubt, an exciting experience. Please contact our HR department for further information.

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