Grid electrician VET, second apprenticeship

As a grid electrician, you will build and maintain energy, telecommunications and catenary systems. In the field of energy, you will help ensure that public transport and customers from industry, commerce, retail and private households have a safe, reliable and environmentally friendly supply of electrical energy.

What we’re looking for in candidates for a second apprenticeship

  • You are interested in electricity and energy.
  • You have a good understanding of technology and are quick to grasp new concepts.
  • You have a head for heights, enjoy working outdoors and with your hands, and are in great health.
  • You are focused, responsible and reliable in your work.
  • You enjoy being on the go a lot and working in a team.

You’ve done it!

You have successfully completed your second apprenticeship as a grid electrician VET. But what happens next?

At BKW, we offer a wide range of options.

  • In most cases, you can continue working for the BKW Group if that’s what you want.
  • You can sit for a Federal Vocational Baccalaureate or take on further training as a grid or maintenance specialist and reduce your workload to part-time.
  • Perhaps you have your eye on a higher position for which you need a degree (technical/vocational college or university of applied sciences)? We’ll help you work out how to get there.

Why not come and see for yourself?

Get an inside view of our highly interesting and varied working environment. You can get a first-hand impression of the day-to-day work as a grid electrician. Sounds interesting? Then register here:

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Would you like to apply directly?

Perhaps you already have an idea of what it’s like to be a grid electrician, and you want to get started on your dream job as soon as possible? Then why not complete a second apprenticeship with the BKW Group? You can find our second apprenticeship vacancies here:

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