One brand, many strengths

Career entry with firm roots and great prospects

Roth Industries companies showcase their wide range of opportunities at the training and study fair 
Firm roots in the hinterland, opportunities far beyond: anyone who starts their career with an apprenticeship at Roth Industries benefits from the family atmosphere of the owner-managed company - and at the same time can take advantage of the opportunities offered by the globally active group of companies. At the training and study fair on 8 and 9 March in Biedenkopf, trainees and trainers will be providing first-hand information, insights and experience reports about the opportunities at Roth. 

Getting to know each other, engaging in dialogue, perhaps even overcoming objections: for the family-run company based in Buchenau, the annual training and study fair is an important platform for engaging in dialogue with school pupils and graduates. "The end of school comes sooner than you think. That's why we strongly recommend a visit to this superbly organised fair to anyone who is about to embark on a career," emphasises Jennifer Happel, HR Officer at Roth Industries. She herself started her career as an apprentice with a subsequent dual study programme at the family-run company, "I particularly like the solidarity here in the region and I appreciate the informal working atmosphere that we have despite our size and global orientation."


Rooted in the hinterland, travelling the world

The Roth Industries companies offer the solid foundation of an owner-managed family business and at the same time the diverse areas of work, employment opportunities and prospects of a globally positioned group of companies. Thanks to the large number of training occupations and the different business areas, the Roth companies can cover many interests, inclinations and personal preferences. Roth offers apprenticeships for electronics technicians (m,f,d), warehouse logistics specialists (m,f,d), warehouse specialists, industrial mechanics (m,f,d), industrial clerks, technical product designers (m,f,d), plastics and rubber technologists (m,f,d) and cutting machine operators (m,f,d).

Roth Industries, based in Dautphetal-Buchenau, is a medium-sized family business with more than 1,400 employees worldwide. The Roth Industries companies are active in building and plastics technology as well as in machine and aggregate construction. Training takes place at the various Roth companies, including Roth Werke and Roth Services in Dautphetal-Buchenau, Roth Composite Machinery in Steffenberg-Niedereisenhausen and in Burgwald, Roth Hydraulics in Biedenkopf-Eckelshausen and Roth Plastic Technology in Dautphetal-Wolfgruben.


Dual training as a career starter

At the Roth stand, there will be clear information on the training professions and further qualification options - such as master craftsmen, technicians or the dual "StudiumPlus" programme.

 "Dual vocational training is the best foundation for a later professional career," emphasises Head of HR Michael Donges. It doesn't always have to be a degree programme to be able to pursue a professional career: "There are numerous good specialist further training courses in the individual fields of work, for example as a business administrator, technician or master craftsman, which make our young people specialists in the respective field and offer great prospects for the future. In the technical professions in particular, StudiumPlus is a very good route that we are happy to take together with suitable trainees," says the HR manager.

There is a wide range of great examples of professional careers at Roth Industries companies: "Many of our current managers started their careers at Roth with vocational training," emphasises Michael Donges.

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