Industrial clerk

Industrial clerks control business processes in companies. In materials management, they compare offers, negotiate with suppliers and supervise the receipt and storage of goods. In production management, they plan, control and monitor the production of goods or services and prepare order accompanying documents. Preparing calculations and price lists and conducting sales negotiations with customers are part of their area of responsibility in sales. They also develop marketing strategies. If they work in the areas of accounting or finance, industrial clerks process, book and control the transactions that occur in business transactions.

Apprenticeship in the plants:

  • Aschheim/München

Apprenticeship requirement:

At least intermediate secondary school leaving certificate or intermediate secondary school leaving certificate

Apprenticeship duration:

3 years

Possibility of shortening to 2 1/2 years