Mission: Precision

Whether toolmakers, mechatronics engineers or industrial clerks, 35 years of experience in providing training and development in the fields of CNC have enabled EMCO Industrial Training Systems to fully understand what first class training needs to involve.

As an apprentice at EMCO you will see that even the serious things in life can be fun.

You can look forward to an exciting training program during which you will receive the support and advice of skilled and experienced trainers.

Depending on your interests, the following apprenticeship-based professions are available at EMCO:

  • Mechatronics engineer
  • Toolmaker
  • Industrial clerk

You must have successfully graduated from high school, be willing to work, enjoy working with people and machines, and be prepared to set yourself ambitious goals and develop both personally and professionally. Academic commitment also pays off at Emco – good average grades in your report cards are rewarded with attractive bonuses.

Send us your application and become an E[M]CONOMIST:
The selection process involves taking an aptitude test in February / March for all new apprenticeship positions.

If you make it through the initial selection phase, you will be invited to a practical day to give you an idea of what your possible future working environment will be like.

The apprenticeships are awarded by the end of March and on 1 September you will officially become an E[M]CONOMIST.

Please send your application with a curriculum vitae and a copy of your latest exam certificate to:

Abtlg. Personal/Recht
Salzburger Str. 80
5400 Hallein-Taxach