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Apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician (m/f/d), Mercedes-Benz AG Bremen plant 2023


Are you a real doer? With an apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician (m/f/d) with us, you can get involved right from the start. In a maximum of 3.5 years of training, you will prepare yourself comprehensively for your professional life.

  • Operation of complex machines and systems
  • Acquiring the basics of manual and mechanical material processing
  • Getting to know the function of pneumatic and hydraulic controls including all electrical and electronic components
  • Reading and creating technical documents – partly in English – as well as creating your own working documents
  • Troubleshooting on machines and systems
  • Basics of computer-controlled processing machines
  • Application of CNC, PLC and robot technology
  • Assembly of complete assemblies and machines, testing and programming as well as maintenance and repairs


Start your apprenticeship with us and apply with a good secondary school leaving certificate, middle school certificate or high school diploma.

• Technical understanding and craftsmanship
• Sound knowledge of mathematics and physics as well as English language skills
• Good spatial awareness and reliable color vision
• Responsibility, diligence and precise way of working

We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities.

Additional Information

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Contact: Training Team

Our Servicephone 07031-90 86 307 is available Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. During this time we would be happy to advise you personally.

You are also welcome to email us at the following address [email protected] to contact.

Please include the following reference number in the subject of your application:

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