Doing your own thing. Have you got what it takes?
Show us what you can do
Everyone has their own personal strengths and talents. We would like to encourage yours!
It goes without saying that no master craftsman has ever fallen from the skies. That's why you don't have to know everything right from the start, but you do need to show us that you are eager to learn, are curious about new things and enjoy developing and improving yourself and your area of expertise. If that is the case, then we can offer you a wide range of opportunities.
The best proof of this are our numerous apprentices, many of whom have completed their apprenticeship training with distinction. You're sure to be up to it too!
Experience our apprenticeship programme first hand!
Come and spend a day with us, get to know the people here and their responsibilities, and ask us any questions you may have. We'll be happy to share our enthusiasm with you and show you what you can learn at our company and where it can take you.
Sign up for an Experience Day right away and choose up to four apprenticeships from our programme that you would like to discover more about. This will definitely help you find the career that is most suited to your personal talents.
We look forward to meeting you!
Do you know what needs to be done?
As a process technology apprentice, learn how to plan and control the production process to perfection. This also includes knowing how to use machines, equipment and production materials correctly.
You will also learn how to programme CNC-controlled systems and how to set up and correctly adjust tools, equipment and machines in the production facilities. Of course, you will monitor, control and document the production process so that the production quality is always perfect.
Do you like to keep the power flowing?
As a mechatronics technician specialising in automation technology, you will be responsible for assembling systems for power supply and power distribution, for electrical instrument and control technology, and drive technology. You will ensure that the systems you have assembled are functioning correctly, and you will also be responsible for their maintenance.
Is everything running smoothly for you?
As a mechatronics technician specialising in production technology, you will be responsible for commissioning, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing machines and systems. You will produce machine parts and, if necessary, spare parts yourself because you have an excellent command of metalworking. You will also be allowed to operate the computer-aided systems and machines.
Have you got the right chemistry?
If so, then come and join us in the laboratory! Here you will be involved with both the chemical analysis and the chemical synthesis of substances. In the field of analytics, you will take samples of materials and analyse these for their constituents. In the area of synthesis, you will conduct material tests and help develop processes to produce new or improved coating materials for our products.
Logistics management assistant m/f
Do you think absolutely log(ist)ically?
In the logistics department, you will make sure that all necessary materials are available and that the work processes are optimally planned. With the help of our IT system, you will organise and manage materials, semi-finished and finished products, as well as various auxiliary and operating materials.
At the same time, you will be responsible for ensuring that the receipt, control, storage, provision and dispatch of the goods are optimally coordinated. And, of course, you will be actively involved in designing and improving our processes in (warehouse) logistics.
Industrial management assistant m/f
Do you find numerous areas exciting?
Ordering, purchasing, sales, customer service, marketing and advertising, warehousing, logistics, accounting, controlling, human resources and much more: As an industrial management assistant, you will gain an insight into every area of business and will be able to specialise in your favourite one during the course of your apprenticeship.
Red Cross training for humanitarian values
Social commitment is very important to us. For this reason, we offer our apprentices training in social skills in cooperation with the Red Cross. The training takes place in three modules.
What is the application process for an apprenticeship?
First, register for an Experience Day with us and get to know your chosen apprenticeship and all that it entails at first hand. This is very important for us as it provides you with a good basis for deciding whether you feel comfortable at Hueck Folien and whether you are enthusiastic about learning the profession.
If you would like to apply for one of the apprenticeships we offer, send us your application documents - the easiest way is to use our contact form.
What documents do I need to send to Hueck Folien with my application?
Please send us your CV with a recent photo, your school-leaving report from your last year of schooling or, after the end of the term, your most recent interim report, and write us a few lines explaining why you would like to train for your chosen apprenticeship with us. Please use our contact form or call us on +43 7269/7570-13. Roland Hofer will be happy to answer your questions!
How should I best prepare for the interview?
When you come to us for an interview, we would like you to have already familiarised yourself with our company, our products and the apprenticeship you are applying for.
It is best to ask and answer questions in advance of our interview, such as:
- Who is Hueck Folien and what does the company do?
- Why would you like to work for us?
- What do you expect from your apprenticeship training with us?
- What can we offer you?
- What questions would you like to ask us?
How do I register for a taster and what does the taster day involve?
To register for the Experience Day, simply use our contact form or call Roland Hofer directly on +43 7269 7570-135.
When registering, please indicate several apprenticeships from our training programme that you are interested in, so that we can offer you insights into a broader range of activities on the taster day. In this way, we hope to give you the opportunity to discover additional fields, which you might find of even greater interest than your chosen apprenticeship.
Red Cross training
What is the Red Cross training for apprentices and how does it work?
The training in cooperation with the Red Cross is intended to give our apprentices the opportunity not only to develop their social skills but also their personality. One of the three training modules is completed per apprenticeship year:
- Outdoor adventure first aid course
- Values Camp at the Red Cross Adventure House in Litzlberg on lake Attersee.
- A social day when the apprentices are allowed to accompany a Red Cross staff member during a call-out, or when distributing meals on wheels or on duty in an old people's home.
The training is voluntary for the apprentices, free of charge and can be completed during working hours.