CLAIM YOUR FUTURE

We have at our disposal a leading-edge apprentices’ workshop where you will complete part of your training.

On our training programme you will get to know the ins and outs of our business and you’ll be assimilated into all the company’s processes right from the very start. After completing your training we’ll support you as you progress with your career.

You can develop your specialised career within our organisational structure.
You can contribute your own ideas and take part in cross-departmental projects.

How do you become an apprentice with us?

Please send in all your application documents incl. the application form. Application deadline: January 31.

At the beginning of the year there will be a recruitment test (based on the secondary school syllabus, Years 3 & 4). 

To make your decision about your career choice easier, you can complete a taster apprenticeship in all the skilled trades.

To find out about this please call Mr. Siegfried Lehner!

OUR TEAM OF TRAINERS

supervisor apprentices' workshop

SIEGFRIED LEHNER

SIEGFRIED LEHNER

BRP-Rotax GmbH & CO KG
Rotaxstraße 1
4623 Gunskirchen
Tel: +43 7246 601-373

SEND YOUR APPLICATION TO:

BETTINA RIMPFL

BETTINA RIMPFL

BRP-Rotax GmbH & Co KG
Rotaxstraße 1
4623 Gunskirchen
Tel: +43 7246 601-620

Or Apply Online:

INFOS & DOWNLOADS

PLENTY OF GOOD REASONS TO START YOUR CAREER WITH US!

  • To become familiar with a highly innovative and professional working environment with interesting future prospects.

  • To work in a fair and partnership-oriented work environment with the following values: winner mentality, innovation, integrity, financial strength and quality through uncompromising implementation.
  • To bring your ideas with you and enjoy some rewarding work on cross-functional projects.

  • To exploit the multitude of development opportunities of a company that operates globally.

TRAINING ON THE JOB

In the course of your training you will get to know different departments. In the apprentices’ workshop you’ll work independently either with the latest machinery or in an up-to-date office.  As a technical apprentice, in addition to your prescribed training, you’ll take part in lessons organised internally where you can increase your knowledge base.   

As an international company we offer opportunities to complete work placements of several weeks with our partner companies.

THAT BIT EXTRA – “THE APPRENTICESHIP PLUS

In the first apprenticeship year a mentor will support you as you enter the world of work. Together with your colleagues you’ll experience fascinating excursions, specialist courses and trade fairs. In addition, you’ll visit a variety of training courses for your own further personal development that will help you to grow into your life at work.

All our apprenticeship trainers have a special social education background. 


Training with 3-way communication:
We help you optimise your achievements in that we involve your parents in the training by giving them regular feedback.

THAT BIT EXTRA – “THE APPRENTICESHIP PLUS”

MENTOR PROGRAMME

In their first year, all apprentices take special seminars to prepare them for their role as mentor; these include:

› Instruction in labour law
› First aid training 
› Driver safety training

› Outdoor training “Together we achieve more” 
› Safety instruction 
› Time management

We help you to grow into your life at work!

JOINT ACHIEVEMENT IS MOTIVATING

We reward good and very good learning achievement in school and special commitment in the workplace with performance bonuses and non-cash prizes. As a team we take part in competitions, such as running events or the Conrad AKKURACE in which team spirit and creativity are required!

APPRENTICESHIP WITH SCHOOL-LEAVING CERTIFICATE

You can complete your apprenticeship here with a school-leaving certificate in English. The course takes place in-house and for the most part can be attended during working hours. 25% of all BRP-Rotax apprentices finish their apprenticeship with the school-leaving certificate.
We are happy to support you in this!

GIRL POWER

It is particularly important for us that young women get enthusiastic about technology and we can open up new opportunities for them. This is why we take part in programmes such as Girl Day and Power Girls. We invite girls interested in technology to these information days so they gain insight here into the world of powersports.

The number of women in the industry is growing. 20 % of our technical apprentices are girls!

SKILLED TRADES / JOB DESCRIPTIONS


MOTOR VEHICLE TECHNICIAN
› Apprenticeship: 3 ½ years

As a motor vehicle technician you’ll specialise in certain vehicle and engine types. Apart from having manual skills and a nimble mind you should also be able to work at speed to find constructive solutions for mechanical, technological and electrical problems.

Our motor vehicle technicians work in engine development as well as in assembly.

Statement ‐ Peter Hubner, year 2 apprentice

“Because we have to do a lot of different tasks here you get to know a variety of different areas. In this job you’re involved with vehicles and motorbikes and that’s exactly what I imagined and have always wanted to learn. I’m getting a lot out of my work and it’s fun too.”


AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN
› Apprenticeship: 3 ½ years

As an aircraft technician you’ll work with mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic parts for aircraft. The scope of the work includes servicing and repair work on powertrains.

To work as an aircraft technician you need manual skills, a nimble mind and the facility to solve problems. Our aircraft technicians work in engine development. We also send our aircraft technician apprentices to partner companies for industry-wide training.

Statement ‐ Harald Nimmerfall, year 4 apprentice

“You get to plenty of great departments but mostly we’re in production development. I had a really good vocational education, was able to take part in a great apprentices’ exchange and our programme even included airport visits.”


MetalltechnikerIn
› Apprenticeship: 3 ½ Jahre

As a metal technician focusing on machine construction technology, the variety in the training course means you’ll work as a technician in production.

The fabrication and assembly of machines and production facilities and their servicing and repair require knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics and electro mechanics on top of skills in manual and mechanical metalworking.

Statement ‐ David Haberfellner, year 3 apprentice

“This is an interesting job, I can recommend it because the work is fun and it really interests me. The departments you move around cover a large range of activities; the jobs you do go from A to Z.“


MetalltechnikerIn
› Apprenticeship: 3 ½ years

Machining technicians make an important contribution to the quality of the end product. You are confronted with constantly changing technologies and your operational area extends from conventional engines to CNC engines right up to complex production lines.

The work is especially interesting and diverse here because of the variety of production processes and a wide-ranging machine pool.

Statement ‐ Sarah Hörtenhuber, year 2 apprentice

“I enjoy the work I do. My career aspirations have outweighed my expectations because I like the technical work I do on machines.”


MechatronikerIn
› Apprenticeship: 3 ½ years

The term mechatronics consists of the words mechanics and electronics.
You’ll need manual skills and a nimble mind to find constructive solutions to mechanical, technological and electrical problems.

Because of the increasing application of technology the operational area of a mechatronic technician is widening all the time.
Here mechatronic technicians operate in many different areas from development to maintenance & repair.

Statement ‐ Andrea Mayr, year 2 apprentice

“Mechatronics is a varied job so the work is never boring or monotonous.  Because of the interesting activities my expectations of the job have been fulfilled.”


PROCESS TECHNICIAN
› Apprenticeship: 3 ½ years

As a process technician you’ll need manual skills, a nimble mind and the ability to work at speed to find constructive solutions for mechanical, technological and electrical problems. 

Included in your tasks will be the setting up of workplaces and defining work stages and methods. You plan the use of tools, devices and production resources on CNC engines, installations and assembly systems.

Process technicians here work in production planning and control as well as in logistics and quality assurance.

Statement ‐ Josef Zeiger, year 4 apprentice

“Working with the many different machines suits me, and the increased work in assembly and production is exactly what I’d imagined a career as a process technician would be.

The production facilities and the very latest technologies match perfectly the expectations I had about this job.”

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