Application Developer (Wels)
Apprenticeship to become an Application Developer
Develop applications, and provide IT support. Become part of an international 30-person IT team. This way, you will be creating added value for Teufelberger.
Duration: 4 Jahre
Location: Vogelweiderstraße, Wels
Vocational school: BS 2, Linz
Working hours: 38.5-hour weeks, flextime
Apply now if ...
- you have completed your compulsory education by autumn
- you enjoy working on a computer
- languages fascinate you, your command of German is good, and you want to improve your English
- you like to learn new things, work meticulously, and are well organized
- you are punctual, reliable, and enjoy working on a team
What you will learn at Teufelberger as an apprentice application developer
Following extensive training, you will handle small application projects and help provide support to employees at our IT Service Desk. In doing so, you will be cooperating closely with our specialists, from identifying the relevant requirements to providing training to the users.
Your specific tasks include:
Handling user requests
- Testing and trouble-shooting
- Preparing training documentation
- Specifying and implementing smaller programming work packages
- Providing support within the scope of projects (e.g., requirement analyses or data migrations)
Application developer at Teufelberger – more than an apprenticeship
Time and again, Teufelberger apprentices are also assigned special projects such as charity campaigns or climate projects. Upskilling days on which you will travel to other places with your fellow apprentices also add variety.
Frequently asked questions
Will I be involved in everyday operations right from the start?
Of course! Gaining practical experience is an essential part of our training schedule, and our IT experts will support you in this endeavor.
How large is the team?
You will be working on a 10-person IT Applications Team that is part of an international 30-person IT organization.
Will some of my colleagues be apprentices?
Yes, there are other IT apprentices. You will be cooperating across departments, and you will also interact with all of Teufelberger’s apprentices in joint projects.
Who are my trainers?
In your training to become an IT Application Developer, Florian Steinwendtner will be your main trainer and go-to person.
Which vocational school will I be attending?
You will attend the Berufsschule 2 in Linz for a 10-week block, during which you will be living in a boarding school.
What will my working hours be like?
In the office, you will have 38.5-hour weeks and flextime. You will coordinate your work schedule with your trainer.
Do you have any further questions?
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