Would you like to introduce yourself?
Svea, what made you want to become an industrial clerk?
And how did you then become aware of ENNEATECH?
So it was also sustainability that drew you to ENNEATECH. What role does sustainability play in your private life?
I pay a lot of attention to sustainability in my private life. For example, I buy regional products whenever possible and avoid unnecessary packaging. To further reduce CO2 emissions, my latest goal is to buy an e‑bike and use it for my 13 km commute to work.
Back to work. What are your tasks at ENNEATECH?
As a trainee at ENNEATECH, you go through almost every department in the company during your training and see the processes and everyday life there. In Purchasing, for instance, I learned how to place orders and post delivery notes. In Sales, I received and processed orders from customers, while preparing order confirmations. And in Quality Assurance, I learned what is important for the quality of our granulates. So it always remains exciting.
How do you like your training so far?
I felt in good hands with ENNEATECH right from the start. My areas of responsibility are very broad and there’s always a lot to do. As a result, I learn something new every day. I also really appreciate that I get to work both supportively and independently. This way I can learn a lot from others and apply what I have learned. And if I have questions, my supervisors are always helpful. I also have my own office and my own workplace. So I feel fully integrated into the team.
In addition to your work at ENNEATECH, you will also attend vocational school. Where do you go to school and what is everyday life like there?
What would you not have expected before your training?
And your biggest highlight?
What are your plans for the future?
The most important thing for me is to start working properly and to gain a foothold in the profession with a permanent position. Of course, I would prefer to stay with ENNEATECH. Besides this. I’d like to continue to develop after my training and always grow with new tasks. Otherwise, I’m still very open and look forward to everything that comes.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to start a new apprenticeship now?
Click here for the interview with our Head of Quality Assurance Lars Ruchel.