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Electronics engineer

for Information and Systems Technology

Turbine BER

Training at Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH offers you the best career opportunities in an exciting and varied professional field.

As part of this training, you will receive qualified and comprehensive basic knowledge to support our team in the field of IT service and support, especially with regard to the support of hardware and software. The focus here is on ensuring smoothly functioning information and communication processes at the airport.

  • Secondary school leaving certificate or general qualification for university entrance,
  • good academic performance, especially in mathematics and science subjects as well as German and English,
  • manual dexterity and an understanding of technical contexts,
  • Enjoy working with computers and networks,
  • enjoyment of working on IT problem solutions and communicating them.

  • an apprenticeship where you can contribute your enthusiasm for information and communication technology,
  • provide competent and enjoyable support in troubleshooting IT problems,
  • demonstrate your ability to think logically
  • be involved in constant change and innovation in an exciting industry,
  • develop new ideas and live the idea of diversity,
  • the chance to be taken on if you perform very well?

You start on August 1.

The vocational training is carried out as initial training and lasts 3 ½ years, but can be shortened to 3 years with very good performance.

During your training, you will gain a comprehensive insight into the IT processes of the airport company. You will work with the latest technology and receive expert support throughout your training.

During your practical training, you will work in the network infrastructure, LAN, media systems, office communications and security systems teams.

Your training will be rounded off by classes at the OSZ KIM in Berlin.

Apprenticeship compensation

1st year of training 2nd year of training 3rd year of training 4th year of training
1.009,20 € 1.066,59 € 1.119,33 € 1.192,47 €
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Please note that we only accept applications for the apprenticeship via our online form of the job exchange.



Field report

I decided to do the apprenticeship because I have always been interested in everything technical, especially in the direction of electronics, and I imagined the training and work at the airport to be very exciting.

Even in the basic training in the 1st year of my apprenticeship, I learned the basics of electrical engineering, from the smallest circuits of digital technology, to installation technology and the control of electric motors. In addition, there were always exciting projects on the agenda, whether it was troubleshooting assemblies or building a power supply myself. I also really liked the fact that you usually work in a team with other trainees, which strengthens team spirit and is also a lot more fun.

The basic training was followed by a rotation phase through the TI41 Service and Support department. During this period, I worked in the media and security systems, LAN, help desk, telecommunications systems and network infrastructure teams. In addition, I gained insights into incident and customer management. During this time, I gained an exciting insight into the systems and tasks of all teams and realized where my interests lay.

What I liked most about my apprenticeship was that there is always something new to discover, the working atmosphere is very good and you can always take on new challenges.

Adrian Riedel