Unleash your full potential and get to know ERICH JAEGER through a dual study program. This program allows you to directly apply what you have learned in the practical phases and matches your skills with those of the company. In cooperation with the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen (THM University of Applied Sciences), the program includes a comprehensive university degree, intensive practical experience and exceptional career prospects. Due to the international orientation of our company, you can already gain experience abroad during your studies in your practical phases at one of our many subsidiaries.
In an interview, our Head of Supply Chain Management Helmut talks about how the Studium+ program promotes your talents and strengths.
Mareike started her career at ERICH JAEGER as an apprentice to become technical draughtswoman. Learn more about Mareike's experience during her vocational training with us.
By far not every student has a clear idea of what they want to do when they grow up. And this is completely normal!
We're more than happy to help you figure out which profession you enjoy and welcome you to a two-week student internship. Learn about the different job profiles within an industrial enterprise in the automotive sector and get one step closer to the job that suits you best.
Laila's experience as a student intern
Laila is a student who decided to complete her internship at ERICH JAEGER. In her first week, she got to know our technical department. That is where she tested control units, soldered cables and contacts, repaired displays and built plugs. With help of our technical product designer, Laila applied her newly learned knowledge and drew several product views herself. Using a computer program, she designed various shapes and eventually designed her own piece. (View the result here.)
Laila's second week started off with an introduction to the processes of the Purchasing Department. Here, she helped to pick out furniture for the reorganization of a new office. In the Marketing and Communications Department, Laila was involved in the improvement process of the ERICH JAEGER website. She analyzed a rapid user test and identified the needs and demands of our customers. Her findings helped to make our website as user-friendly as possible. Finally, after visiting a trade show in Frankfurt at which our sales team was exhibiting, Laila had the chance to get to know the whole ERICH JAEGER Germany team at our summer party in Friedberg.
If you too, like Laila, would like to find out which profession suits you, then get in touch with us! We will be happy to show you around the company.
What happens at a student internship at ERICH JAEGER? Find out in this video. (Content in German)
Get to know ERICH JAEGER at a Girls' or Boys' Day. Experience what it feels like to be an engineer, a technician, a logistics expert and more.
The purpose of this day is to bring boys and girls closer to occupational fields that deviate from traditionally female or male job profiles. Girls try out jobs in the field of mathematics, IT, natural science and technology and boys get to know professions from the social, educational and nursing sectors.
Lend a hand in the garage and install a wiring harness to a car. Work on a circuit board with a soldering iron in the electronics department. Learn the important steps of an engineer when developing components.
Get a taste of the different professional fields and let yourself be surprised. Maybe you will discover your hidden interests and talents...
Key Account Manager at Erich Jaeger France Sarl
"I had 100% support from my superiors all the time. They answered any kind of questions about technical details or about the company. Thanks to them, I was able to reach the level that I’m at today."
Head of Development of the JAEGER Group
"If you're only in one country, you might only be aware of what is happening on the surface. But to really visit the factory on site and talk to the people over a longer period of time, that trains compassion and understanding among each other."
Head of Wire Harness Development at Erich Jaeger in Friedberg, Germany.
"In 2016, I asked our managing director at that time which kind of career opportunities were available for young employees at ERICH JAEGER. He then suggested that a degree was necessary to advance to management level. I then found a suitable correspondence course at the Technical University in Friedberg. Normally, a bachelor's degree is a prerequisite for a master's degree, and fortunately the THM offered this in a package, so I had the opportunity to complete both degrees."
Head of Supply Chain Management at Erich Jaeger in Friedberg, Germany
"Intercultural competence is very important here and the international teams are a real enrichment. Every culture is different, but in the end everyone is the same and has their own problems and goals. There is a different working atmosphere at each location. In China, for example, I regularly played basketball with colleagues."
Head of Inside Sales at Erich Jaeger in Friedberg, Germany
"My path has definitely taken one or two turns that I didn't see coming before. Of course, you have to bring a certain flexibility with you. Sometimes opportunities simply arise. Five or six years ago, I would never have thought that I would become head of the Inside Sales team."
Project Manager Components and Systems at Erich Jaeger in Friedberg, Germany
"It used to be much less common than it is today for girls to pursue a technical profession. I was 16 when I started. And as a 16-year-old girl, I was really an outsider, or rather a rarity. (…) But I never perceived the issue as a problem here. It was rather pleasant for everyone that a woman was finally part of the team."
Developer of hard- and software in the Development Department at Erich Jaeger in Friedberg, Germany
"The team is just great and honestly I believe that you won't find this kind of solidarity and a place where work is this much fun, regardless of the activities, that often."
Graduate Engineer of Electronic Development Software at Erich Jaeger in Friedberg, Germany
"The control unit development continued to work more closely with the electric harness development and I found that very exciting. However, I didn't have an engineering degree to be able to help develop control units. So in 2006, I decided to study engineering."