Technical Product Designer specialising in mechanical and plant engineering

Technical product designers specialising in mechanical and plant engineering draft and design components, modules or entire plants according to customers' specifications. They work in cooperation with the development department and use CAD systems to produce detailed models, e.g. for the modernisation of machine tools. In this context, they comply with the relevant standards and enter the dimensions appropriate for production. They take electrotechnical components into account and select suitable standard parts and materials which satisfy the requirements in question. They implement change proposals, e.g. from non-conformity or test reports, within the design. They ensure that developments can be implemented in an economically efficient manner. Moreover, they also create assembly plans and parts lists for the production department. They update product documentation, manage the various development versions and create data backups.
Source: Federal Employment Agency, BERUFENET – Dated 11/2013

Would you like to become a technical product designer? 

Are you interested in the fields of construction and development of customer solutions?

If you are, you should bring the following attributes to the role:

  • Interest in mathematical contexts
  • Good spatial imagination and initial IT knowledge
  • Flexibility and ability to work in a team

That's what we offer you:

  • Apprenticeship pay according to IG-Metall tariff NRW
  • Own tablet for learning and creating your digital report booklet
  • Own training workshop
  • Internship abroad and trainee trips

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