Training at WESSLING: Become part of our team!

Will you be finishing your secondary education soon and are interested in an apprenticeship at WESSLING? Then have a look in our career portal find out more about the many opportunities you have as a trainee in our company.

Two trainees in the WESSLING laboratory.

With us, you can start your career in the chemistry or microbiology laboratory, or as an industrial management assistant in the administration department. 

 

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WESSLING IT trainees
WESSLING IT trainees

In our company, trainees learn varying professions at a number of different  WESSLING Group sites. One of our core apprenticeships is laboratory analysis for chemical laboratory assistants. Here you learn to use spectroscopic and chromatographic methods, analytical coupling techniques, and microbiological and biochemical work methods, as well as quality management.

If you train as an industrial management assistant or business person for office management, you will visit our various departments, where you will learn the relevant commercial and business processes.

 

Our benefits for trainees

We offer our trainees good future prospects. During the apprenticeship, we constantly familiarise our trainees with the tasks they will later assume as responsible chemical laboratory technicians or in other occupations. Thanks to the excellent networking of our European laboratories, traineeships at other locations abroad are also possible. Following completion of their apprenticeship, we are keen to take on qualified trainees as permanent employees.

 

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