Have you always loved technology? Are you good at math, a real team player, and itching to get started on your career? Then you are in the right place!
SWAROVSKI OPTIK is growing steadily, and we are looking for apprentices in:
Machining Technology (metals technology)
Automation and Process Control (electrotechnology)
SWAROVSKI OPTIK is an innovative, quality-oriented company with a focus on sustainability and environmentally friendly production. We specialize in the design and manufacture of premium quality binoculars, spotting scopes, and rifle scopes. Our products inspire people all over the world to discover the beauty of nature. First-rate apprentices are the key to our future, and the Austrian province of Tyrol has recognized our work in this respect. We are a company with a very special spirit – because here, it is people that matter.
A passion for technology
Strong math skills
Open-minded and a team player
Exciting taster days (despite Covid-19 these are still possible, strict health and safety measures apply)
Modern apprentice workshops
Excellent working hours
Job guarantee after completion of apprenticeship and exciting career opportunities within a thriving company
Option of Matura qualification and overseas internships
Apprentice’s pay in accordance with collective agreement:
- Year 1: EUR 749.49 / Year 2: EUR 959.01
- Year 3: EUR 1,254.67 / Year 4: EUR 1,656.75
Additional bonuses, health and fitness offers, company transport, company canteen, and much more
3 ½-year apprenticeship
Herstellung von feinoptischen Komponenten wie Linsen, Prismen, Keilplatten und Spiegeln
Producing precision optical components such as lenses, prisms, wedge plates, and mirrors
Finishing glass components both by hand and with the aid of modern computer numerical control (CNC)
Inspection and quality assurance of fine optics components down to the nanometer range
Assembly, adjustment, and maintenance of our unique binoculars, spotting scopes, and rifle scopes
Stefan Kröss and Gerald Gratl
Tel. Nr.: +43 5223 511 6310
3 ½-year apprenticeship
Finishing precision mechanical parts and components such as casings for binoculars, frames for lenses, and spotting scope bodies
Manual and computer-controlled processing of a range of metals by turning, milling, drilling, filing, and welding
Learning to use CNC technology, CAD drawing, and mechanical processes
Learning basic skills in electronics, hydraulics, and pneumatics
Kurt Schneider and Hannes Glatzl
Tel. Nr.: +43 5223 511 6334
Commissioning and maintenance of automation systems for production plant
Systematic error analysis and troubleshooting of process sequences
Programming computer-controlled machines, robots, and systems
Assembly of electronic components and adjustment of optronic products
Interested? What are you waiting for?
Apply online now and register for one of our taster days (despite Covid-19 these are still possible, strict health and safety measures apply).
Simply upload your resume, photo, and last two school reports – we look forward to hearing from you!
If you have any questions, please contact Katrin Burkhart.
Tel. Nr.: +43 5223 511 6473