We combine fun with future.

Vocational training primarily means that you can learn a lot, ask questions full of curiosity and develop yourself: Where are my particular strengths? Where do I need more support? Where are my areas for improvement? Whoever decides upon vocational training with the JOST group is a member of it from day one and contributes from the start, because all ideas and inspirations are very welcome with us. Thus it becomes clear that the JOST group is the perfect employer for learning best, directly implementing what you have learned, and for looking forward to a permanent appointment after the vocational training period in the case of good performance.

Good chances!

Whoever is keen to learn and fits the team will be welcome to stay with us upon conclusion of their vocational training.


A knack as a tradesman or an eye for figures?

At the moment, the JOST group is offering vocational training in two areas at its German locations: training as a business clerk and also as a machine operator. Both fields of training are characterized by quality and variety. Thus our trainees proceed through various departments over preset time frames, learn from experienced professionals, use feedback discussions and then conclude their vocational training over the last six months with a complex specialist task or a practical examination.

Vocational training as an industrial clerk.
How many figures will confront you during your vocational training for becoming an industrial clerk? Not just numerous but countless. This is why you should already have an inclination towards commercial and organizational topics, which include materials management, personnel management and accounting. Industrial administrators are responsible for the procurement of goods, monitor production processes, control staff deployment or management sales negotiations. A career then that has a lot to offer and one that will fascinate the committed personality substantially in the long term.

Full steam ahead for trainees

  • Internal company instruction week by week
  • Group learning
  • Preparation for examinations at IHK seminars (Chamber of Industry and Commerce)
  • European Computer Driving Licence
  • Language courses
  • Contribution towards travel expenses
  • Capital accumulation benefits
  • and much more

Vocational training as a machine operator
Although machines nowadays cover many activities in the production process, they must be controlled and monitored. This is the responsibility of machine operators. During the vocational training you learn all tasks around these machines; for example, you prepare the operation procedure, replace wearing parts and carry out quality controls. Do you have a knack for manual work? Are you able to keep track of several machines at the same time? Then, this vocational training within the JOST Group exactly fits the bill for you!