EWS as an employer

 

For more than 50 years, EWS has been a renowned employer in the Filstal region.

 

Streamlined hierarchies and a friendly working environment are features of our company. Selected specialists and experts trained in-house have fostered the growth of the company over 5 decades with their expertise, motivation and commitment. As a result, we have grown into a group of companies with the highest standards of production and are regarded worldwide as one of the market leaders in our segment.

 

However, why not find out for yourself whether EWS would be the right choice for you?

 

We offer a range of different entry opportunities and all kinds of career perspectives...

  • Apprenticeship at EWS
  • Specialist and managerial staff
  • Vocational training course combined with studies

 

 


 

 

Apprenticeship at EWS

You have successfully acquired your school leaving certificate and would like to embark on your career? Have a look at the different technical and business apprenticeship training schemes at our company.

 
 
 

 


 

 

Specialist and managerial staff

Whether you already have several years experience or are entering the professional world for the first time: EWS offers a wide range of options.

 
 
 

 


 

 

Combined vocational training and studies at EWS

Are you about to take your A'levels or advanced technical college certificate and leave school this year or next? Are you looking for challenging studies combined with a work placement? Would you like to combine theoretical studies with acquiring practical experience and working at a company that will subsequently take you on? Then find out about the opportunities offered by EWS!

 

In cooperation with the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), we offer the following courses:

 
 
 

 


 

 

Contact person

Claudia Stickdorn

Head of HR

 

Telephone: +49(0)7161 93040-670

email: claudia.stickdorn@ews-tools.de

 

Please send us your
completed application
 
by email only.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

All references to the male gender shall be deemed and construed to include the female gender.