Help shape industrial progress as an automation technician
Do you think and act not only economically but also ecologically? With us, you will learn how to help shape industrial progress: Automation technicians ensure that machines and plants become safer, more efficient, more flexible and more economical.
If you are interested in the development, programming and construction of control and automation systems, then an apprenticeship at RUAG is right for you. For example, our automation technicians work with engineers and developers to ensure that an elevator stops at the height of a floor with millimeter precision.
Key points of your apprenticeship at RUAG
Automation technician EFZ [Swiss certificate of competence]
In today's world, nothing can function without automation technicians. They develop, program and build control and automation systems.
They are, so to speak, the interface between hardware and software, i.e. between the electronic “brain” and the mechanics of an apparatus or system. As you can see, this profession is oriented towards the latest technology and helps shape industrial progress.
Automation technicians dedicate themselves to their work in a creative and innovative environment. In doing so, they are always in touch with the latest developments and technology trends. You work in a team, together with engineers and developers.
For example, automation technicians ensure that beverage dispensers dispenses the right product. Their products are used worldwide and exported globally. A job at RUAG is therefore extremely innovative and far-reaching.
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