Software Development Apprenticeship
What to expect
1st YEAR OF APPRENTICESHIP
- Getting to know the company
- Fundamentals of software development
- First solution strategies, simple structures and architectures
- Fundamentals of current programming languages
- Data bases fundamentales
- Object oriented software development
2nd YEAR OF APPRENTICESHIP
- Implementation of complex algorithms
- Solving abstract problems
- Development of internally used tools
- Apply current web technologies
- Augmented reality
3rd YEAR OF APPRENTICESHIP
SPECIALIZATION IN ONE OF THE SPECIALIST DEPARTMENTS
- Complete deployment in one of our feature teams
- Implement and test simple features of our products
- Troubleshooting and maintenance with Pair
- Project management basics
4th YEAR OF APPRENTICESHIP
DEPLOYMENT IN YOUR
- Full cooperation in your future team
- Further development and testing of our software
- Preparation for your apprenticeship exam
- Motivation and logical thinking
- Successful completion of compulsory schooling (or approaching successful completion)
- Technical understanding
- Interest in technical innovations and software
- A friendly manner
- A love of learning
- eurofunk apprentice workshop for your training
- Common social activities
- Participation in competitions
- Bonus if you finish your apprenticeship in combination with Matura school leaving examination
- Gaming and workout zones
- Voluntary internship abroad
- Team building & Health days
- Secure employment in St. Johann/Pongau
- Preferred recruiting status for eurofunk apprentices who have completed their training
Important information, dates and downloads
Did we spark your interest? Would you like to find out more about us? For further information, please use the links on the right-hand side.
There are various ways to find out more about us:
Twice a year eurofunk is pleased to host information events for apprentices. This is where you can get to know the company and find out what apprenticeships we offer. During the afternoon sessions tailored for students you are welcome to give the technology a spin and ask any questions that may occur to you.
And to make sure that your parents are on board, we also host a series of evening events.
Are you interested? Then contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for the next dates!
We also offer school classes the opportunity to get to know our company. If you are interested, please contact us personally, either by email or phone. We will then look for a suitable date and can tailor the program to the exact school level and focus.
If you would like a trial internship, please send us an application. This should consist of a short yet convincing motivational letter explaining your interest, your CV and your latest school report. Simply upload these documents directly to our Homepage.
Please note that our resources are limited. This means that we can’t accept everyone – however, we will do our best to accommodate as many of you as possible!
Girl’s Day is a special highlight on the eurofunk calendar. Bring your best friend – or not – but we would love to meet you and help you find out whether technology is your thing. Register for Girl’s Day under www.girlsday.info. This event takes place every year in Spring.
Young Heroes Day takes place every other year and allows you to gather work experience and do the world some good at the same time! Register at www.youngheroes.at.
Great to hear! Now we need you to take some time to prepare the best application you can. Don’t forget to include the following documents:
- Motivation Letter
- CV with a current photo
- A copy of your last school report
- Certificates (e.g. ECDL or career assessment tests), if available
Please send these documents to us via our job portal. Please be on time! Our application deadline is January 31, however, the sooner you apply, the better!
Once you have applied, our apprenticeship expert Martina Monuth and her team of specialized instructors will look through your application.
Then this happens: (the order may vary depending on when we receive your application):
- Aptitude test
- Trial internship
- Personal interview
If all goes well, you will be invited to a contract interview to get the legal side squared away!
The signing of the apprenticeship contract is a big deal and we like to make it fun. Here, you and your family will receive all the information you need for you to get on your way to a great future!
Your primary contact is Martina Monuth – Martina is the team lead for our apprentices. She will accompany you from day one – during the application process, your first days and the entire apprenticeship.
“Would you like to find out more about apprenticeship occupations? You’re not quite sure whether we have the right occupation for you? Do you have any other issues? Please feel free to give me a call or send a quick email!” Martina Monuth, email@example.com, +43 57 112-0
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