Your training – Round it off!

In order to safeguard our factory’s quality standards, we have for decades been providing training for the next generation of staff to an extent well beyond our own needs. A large number of the trainees that KGM has successfully trained over recent decades are therefore still at the company today and hold numerous important position.


Industrial clerks can be active in various sectors of the economy, industries and companies, for example, in the fields of materials, production and sales or in the field of human resources and accounting. In materials management, they perform all the work from comparing quotes and purchasing negotiations with suppliers to goods inward and warehousing. In production management, they plan, control and monitor the production of goods and services and create accompanying documents for orders. In sales, they develop cost estimates and price lists and conduct sales negotiations with customers. In the area of accounting or finances, they process, post and audit the processes involved in business operations. They determine the personnel requirements, get involved in recruitment and employ staff.

The task of machine and equipment operators is to set up, retrofit and operate machines or systems. They prepare workflows, check machine functions on test rigs and put machines into operation after that. Machine and equipment operators periodically inspect production equipment and service it as well. This involves topping up oils, coolants and lubricants, replacing wearing parts like gaskets, filters or hoses and resetting the tolerance of moving parts. They monitor the production process and operate and control the flow of material. They also carry out quality assurance measures. Anyone who has graduated from the two-year vocational training as a machine and equipment operator successfully can continue training as an industrial mechanic.

Electronics engineers service and commission systems and installations of energy supply technology, measurement and control equipment, communications equipment, alarm systems, as well as drive and lighting equipment. Typical applications include power distribution systems and networks, building installations and networks, operating systems/equipment operation, production and process plants, switching and control systems and electrical equipment. Electronics engineers independently perform their activities in compliance with the relevant regulations and safety rules and coordinate their work with the upstream and downstream operations. They often work in teams. They are qualified electricians in accordance with accident prevention regulations

Technical product designers specialising in machine and plant design machines, machine parts, technical equipment and tools using CAD systems. The assemblies needed and their individual parts are designed as 3D models, from which then manufacturing drawings are created. Technical product designers are often in close contact with other technical departments, such as maintenance of the electrical department or tool-making. But even with the client to turn the latter’s wishes and ideas into a product. In addition to the preparation and design of technical drawings, they also create the corresponding documentation, such as calculations of components, parts lists, detailed installation plans, manuals and the like.

IT specialists in the field of systems integration are an important service provider in our company. In the IT department, they manage, plan and configure the entire IT landscape of the company. The individual workstations are set up based on the requirements of the individual users. Working with experts, they correct faults and errors as soon as possible to guarantee the lowest possible downtime in critical systems. IT specialists create system documentation and advise and train users on new devices. They provide the essential support for every IT workplace in our company. We are looking for candidates with technical skills, creativity, a focus on service and willingness to learn.