Training to become a cutting machine operator takes three and a half years and culminates with an examination via the Lüneburg Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
We teach lathing, milling, drilling, grinding and sawing as well as other skills using conventional and CNC machines. To be eligible to join a training course in our company, applicants require a secondary education qualification 1 (secondary school) plus a firm grasp of maths and physics.
A modern machinery park is available for training
- training wage after Chamber of Industry and Commerce Lüneburg-Wolfsburg
- capital accumulation benefits
- discounted insurance conditions
- reduced lunch prices for all employees
- training supervised by Chamber of Industry and Commerce Lüneburg-Wolfsburg
- professional school in Lüneburg
- 30 days annual leave
- high takeover opportunities after successful qualification
- advancement opportunities
- latest manufacturing processes in a state-of-the-art machinery
- own training center
Applicants will be required to undergo an aptitude test
Please send your application in written form along with your last report.
Please note that we process applications in October/November for the subsequent year.
Send your application to:
Mr. Andreas Born
Phone: +49 (0) 581 976 56-389
Fax: +49 (0) 581 9 76 56-20
August Müller CNC-Zerspanungstechnik GmbH
Im Neuen Felde 100
Training and innovation award 2014
On november 05th 2014 the president of the university of Lüneburg, Prof. Dr. Hartwig Donner, awarded the „AUSBILDUNGS – UND INNOVATIONSPREIS 2014“. Many visitors followed the invitation of the chairman of the employers' association Lüneburg and northeast lower saxony, Markus Meyer.
According to Markus Meyer the change in the world of employment leads to increasing challenges for training and development. Being short on raw materials and an export oriented country, Germany experiences increasingly strong global competition. Well trained Employees and innovative production processes are the key criteria for corporate and commercial success.
Therefor the foundation's goal is to promote training and innovation through annually awards. Being a regional foundation we see special importance in honoring and publishing the excellent performance of small and medium businesses, Markus Meyer reported.
This year CEOs Mathias Rösler and Peter Kaiser received the award. In a short speech Mathias Rösler thanked the foundation and invited all guests to a tour through the training center and the production facilities comprising 5500 sqm.