This apprenticeship is certainly one with prospects, because with the apprenticeship as an IT specialist for system integration you are part of the digitalisation of the administration! With an apprenticeship as an IT specialist at the district of Waldeck-Frankenberg, you lay an excellent foundation for your professional life!
The tasks range from organising information, providing systems and system administration to advising users and installation. You will get to know the entire range of tasks of the information technology and digital administration department, which also includes providing and maintaining the school IT of the district's own schools (IT field service).
Vocational school lessons take place weekly at the Hans Viessmann School in Frankenberg (Eder). Various learning fields with different focuses are taught here (e.g. LF9 Providing networks and services). Further information on the school content can be found on the website of the Hans Viessmann School.
To be able to apply for the apprenticeship, you must have at least a secondary school leaving certificate. You should also have good grades in German, mathematics and computer science as well as technical understanding and manual skills. An interest in teamwork and an affinity for modern information and communication technologies are also advantageous.
The application period for the apprenticeship at the Waldeck-Frankenberg district starts in June of the previous year.
The training pay is according to TVAöD-BBiG (as of 5/2022) in the respective training years:
1st year of training: 1,068.26 euros
2. Year of training: 1,118.20 euros
3. Training year: 1,164.02 euros
You receive 30 days of leave per calendar year in accordance with § 9 TVAöD-BBiG.
According to § 7 of the TVAöD-BBiG, apprentices regularly work 39.0 hours per week.