Your Apprenticeship at Lorünser Austria

Career with an aprrenticeship

Want to start your professional career in a global company producing highly specific components for the energy sector? Then you’ve come to the right place. We can offer you training with a future. At Lorünser Austria, you can choose between a “traditional apprenticeship” or an “apprenticeship with general qualification for university entrance”.

We train:

  • Office administrators (m/f/x)
  • Business administrators (m/f/x)
  • Technical draughtspersons (m/f/x)

Current apprenticeships:

We offer:

  • Apprenticeship with general qualification for university entrance
  • Good earning potential
  • Apprentice bonuses, events
  • Prospect of working within the company in future after apprenticeship
  • Public transport ticket, subsidized lunch, fruit at work and much more

Interested in an apprenticeship?

Then get in touch with us for more information or simply apply now by email with your application documents (cover letter, CV, copy of your last school report) at:

We look forward to meeting you

Hannah Mellacher – Apprentice trainer for office administrators

Hannah Mellacher’s career path shows that a career with an apprenticeship is not just empty words. On returning to education – following an apprenticeship in horse management – she completed an abridged apprenticeship as an office administrator. Today, as assistant to the management board and support to the commercial management, she is firmly in control of many things at Lorünser and she is also responsible for recruitment and apprenticeship training. Hannah says, “It’s a lot of responsibility and an opportunity that other companies don’t offer at a young age. We’re a small company where everyone knows everyone personally and we’re like one big family.”

Helena Javorac – Apprentice trainer for business administrators

Helena Javorac started at Lorünser with commercial college training and completed an abridged apprenticeship as a business administrator. Helena, who is now a trainer herself, considers the rotation plans for getting to know each department in more detail for a few weeks essential, “It’s the only way to properly understand relationships within the company.” This also includes an internship abroad in Slovakia which lasted several weeks. “If we’re to advise our customers, it’s important that we have the chance to see how the products are made from the outset. And it doesn’t hurt to stand on your own two feet abroad for a while and take responsibility.”

Markus Bitsche – Apprentice trainer for technical design

Markus Bitsche has been training young people for almost 15 years – every two years they are apprentices for the technical drawing field. Information is provided at trade fairs in the region, together with Lorünser apprentices who talk about their apprenticeship. Internship abroad and company visits are important aspects of the training. Lorünser has already been awarded the accolade of excellent training company three times. “It’s important to us that our apprentices receive good support from their trainers, but also the prospect of being able to stay on in the company after their apprenticeship, and things should definitely never  get boring.”