In my job, I at times come to the rescue in an emergency, sometimes I’m an instructor at a customer briefing, and at other times I carry out what you could call “open heart surgery” on our service Network.What I like best about it? The local connection. Because the grid-based supply network means that I’m out and about all over Essen every day.
Thanks to my training and experience, I’m able to deal with most of the work relatively quickly. So how did it come about? Very simply: I started an apprenticeship as an industrial mechanic at STEAG in 2012. On completing my training I then joined STEAG Fernwärme, where I gained additional qualifications in the electrical and heating sectors, as well as in drilling into district heating Pipelines.
But of course, my job also involves challenges that can’t be solved right away, and then my colleagues are at hand to help and advise me.
Are you interested in technology and skilled manual work, and not afraid of pitching in? If you’re also looking for variety and teamwork in your job, I recommend you take a look at our vocational training and job opportunities site and perhaps we’ll soon be keeping Essen warm and cozy together.