Apprenticeship to become an Operations Logistics Clerk
From general support of the logistics team in their daily tasks such as invoicing, accepting and checking deliveries, creating documents and forms and working with our various departments and suppliers, to involvement in work preparation and transport logistics. As an operations logistician, you are an important team member from the very beginning.
Duration: 3 years
Location: Vogelweidestraße 50, Wels
Vocational school: Ried im Innkreis
Working hours: 38.5 hour week, flextime
Apply now if...
- you have completed your compulsory education in autumn
- you have a good school education and general knowledge
- you like to work with computers
- you have mathematical understanding and logical thinking skills
- you like to learn new things and you are accurate and organized
- you are punctual, responsible and reliable
- you like to work in a team
What you will learn at Teufelberger as an Operations logistics clerk
As an operations logistics specialist, you will be integrated into the daily processes and tasks of logistics from the very beginning.
You start your apprenticeship directly in the logistics department, where you learn the basics at the beginning. At the same time, you also go to vocational school. In the company, you can then put what you've learned into practice right away. After the initial training phase, you will also correspond and work with our internal departments and suppliers. Gradually, you will acquire knowledge in invoicing, quotation preparation, shipping, transport and intralogistics and will be given tasks that you can handle independently and on your own responsibility. During your apprenticeship, you will gain a good understanding of the company structures and interrelationships.
Operations logistics clerk at Teufelberger – more than an apprenticeship
Teufelberger apprentices are also frequently assigned to special projects, such as charity campaigns or climate projects. The further training days, where you travel out of town with the other apprentices, also provide variety.
Frequently asked questions
Will I be involved in everyday operations right from the start?
After your theoretical introductory phase - getting to know our products, production sites and organizations – you will take on independent tasks and work in a team very early on.
How large is the team?
There are 18 colleagues in the entire logistics department
Will some of my colleagues be apprentices?
We also train industrial clerks. These apprentices rotate through different departments, so there may be times when there are two of you in a department. In the case of cross-departmental joint projects, you will also be in contact with other apprentices.
Who are my trainers?
The main contact person for you is a trainer, colleague and confidant. Other team members are also on board during your training. We treat each other as equals during training and cooperation.
Which vocational school will I be attending?
You attend the vocational school in Ried im Innkreis, 1-2 times a week or in a 10-week block.
What will my working hours be like?
In the office you have a 38.5 hour week and flextime. You coordinate your attendance with your trainer.
Do you have any further questions?
Your contact person: