Your career with Rime GmbH
14 Job opportunities!
The greatest capital our company has is our employees. Even the largest and most modern machine has no value if it is not operated correctly. This is why we are always looking for new employees, who fit into our team like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Outstandingly well trained coworkers in combination with modern CNC machines form the foundation for our success.
For more than 20 years, Rime GmbH has been the leading company in the region when it comes to sheet metalworking. Since our company was founded we have continuously extended our machinery, in order offer our customers an even more interesting range of machining methods. In 2011 and 2012 we installed two new CNC machines for machining metal sheets or plates up to 16 metres long. In order to use these machines optimally, we are looking for motivated and committed employees.
These are our current vacancies
Rime sets itself apart from the competition through speed of delivery, reliability and flexibility. We are therefore searching for efficient employees who can think for themselves! This job offer is directed at applicants who would like to develop their skills, who are proactive and show initiative and are interested in continuously improving operating sequences. It is very important for you to be able to work in a team and to like to learn.
In order to work for Rime you will need to have successfully completed vocational training for a career in the steel and metal industry. You should have experience, from which it is clear that you have relevant technical knowledge of steel or metalworking.
A basic requirement is the ability to read drawings. Specialisation in sheet metalworking is desirable but it is not a basic requirement.
All jobs are located in Riesa, Kreis Meißen approx. one hour’s drive by car from Dresden, Leipzig and Chemnitz. Anyone looking for a change can also apply for these jobs from outside Saxony.
We look forward to receiving your applications! You can send them to us by post or by email.
Status: 30th March 2017