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Are you looking for exciting projects, a caring work-environment and the chance for further development? We are looking for ambitious young people who show that they want to get the job done well - at work as well as at school. Throughout your time as apprentice at Wewalka you will be guided by a trained instructor to help you in every aspect of your job.



  • Applications | Coding
  • Office Clerk
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Process Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
Let's Walz

Our apprentices are top notch!

By participating in the „Let’s Walz“ initiative, two of our apprentices in the field of mechatronics have the unique opportunity to complete an internship abroad in Northern Ireland this summer.

Next to improving their language skills, our apprentices can also gain significant professional experience and technical knowledge. In addition to the pride of seeing our young apprentices working for a partner company abroad, the new perspectives that our two apprentices will bring with them after the internship will also be beneficial for the future of Wewalka as a training company.

The four-week stay abroad under the name „Let’s Walz“ is financed and organised by the WKNÖ, the AK NÖ, the International Young Workers Exchange (IFA) as well as Erasmus+.

Applications | Coding

  • Reading and applying technical documents
  • Knowledge of the possibilities of data exchange, the formats and structures of exchange data as well as interface management
  • Knowledge of programming languages, their application possibilities and limits

  • Knowledge of the functioning, possibilities (e.g. hosting solutions), advantages and risks of cloud solutions as well as the requirements for their use
  • Programming/coding of simple applications or application styles, taking into account later changeability, expandability

  • Know how to develop applications
  • Participate in defining objectives and developing system requirements
  • Knowledge of identifying and analysing data and developing suitable data models as well as formulating test data
  • Participate in identifying and analysing data and developing tests

  • Implementing user interfaces for applications
  • Creating technical documentation and providing assistance to users
  • Carrying out projects (planning time and resources, issuing partial orders, presenting solutions)
  • Roll-out of applications

Office Clerk

  • Getting to know the basics of the organization, different tasks and responsibilities of the divisions
  • Administration and organization of appointments
  • Getting to know the internal quality management systems
  • Working with forms and in processes
  • Applications of internal IT systems (hardware, software)

  • Getting to know the internal filing systems
  • Basic knowledge in accounting
  • Basic knowledge in payment transactions between different stakeholders
  • Basic knowledge in bookkeeping and integration in minor tasks

  • Evaluation of relevant statistics and reports - managerial accounting
  • Integration in complaints‘ management
  • Being in charge of specific tasks in correspondence with internal and external partners

Mechatronics Engineering

  • Introduction into mechanical basics
  • Basics of shaping and joining technology (rasping, sawing, screwing etc.) 
  • Basiscs of electronic engineering
  • Understanding the effects of electricity (direct and alternating current)

  • Introduction through established professionals in maintenance
  • Basics of automations (SPS)
  • Mortising machine, welding, etc.
  • Independently taking care of small tasks
  • Helping hand in bigger projects

  • Trouble shooting at the production machines
  • Independently taking care of projects
  • Intensifying various categories within the field of mechatronics
  • Reinforcing automations knowledge in SPS

  • Mechanical caring of production machines
  • Independently working on projects
  • Preparations for the finals

Process Engineering

  • Introduction into mechanical basics
  • Basics of shaping and  joining technology (rasping, sawing, screwing etc.) 
  • Understanding electricity
  • Getting to know processes of production

  • Introduction through established professionals in production
  • Basics of automation (SPS)
  • Mortising machine, welding, etc.

  • Basic knowledge in the production processes
  • Independently taking care of small tasks
  • Intensifying various categories within the field of process engineering
  • Reading and understanding of production and maintenance plans

  • Caring of production machines
  • Independently working on projects
  • Preparations for the finals




Two young men work in their apprenticeships at the work table. They are holding a motor and various small parts are spread around them. In the back their trainers are talking to each other.

How to apply

You would like to start your career as an apprentice at Wewalka?

Here is everything you need to know regarding your application and what to expect:

  • successfully finished 9th grade or got higher education
  • German skills are above basic knowledge
  • are interested in working with established colleagues
  • are excited and curious about working at our production plants

Please, only send us your application via our vacancies. You will be able to find all open apprenticeship vacancies there. After choosing a trainee-programm, please upload your CV and follow the online form. There you will be asked to upload your data and documents (letter of motivation, grades, certificates).

  • Curriculum Vitae including a photo of you
  • Motivational letter including your reasoning for joining Wewalka and your choice of apprenticeship
  • Current report / references

  • Please, mind your spelling and grammar and upload an updated CV
  • Create your application with care, keep them similar and clear
  • We appreciate finding your motivation of working at Wewalka in your application as well
Picture of a Wewalka employee in a training session with a female apprentice for mechatronics

We are looking forward to your application

Impress us with your application documents and you will be invited to an interview. If you wish, you can then join us on a few days through the company for an idea of how we work at Wewalka. This insight is followed by a get-to-know meeting with your parent or legal guardian. If you have convinced your apprentice trainer, we are happy to welcome you to the Wewalka team

For any questions about apprenticeships and the application process, please contact Gerald Haselbacher via 02628 48 666 602.


Get started!

You would like to start an apprenticeship with us or apply for a job in another area at Wewalka? Find all our current vacancies here.


We would like to point out that our job offers are different for each location and are therefore not translated identically. For the Wewalka site in Sollenau, the job advertisements and the application process are in German.