As a Installer, you are versatile and loved by all. You install things such as window and façade elements. Sounds exciting!

Your tasks – what you will do

As a Installer, you are the central person on the construction site. You have numerous tasks: You install window, door and façade elements. You see the results of your work every day. Now that's satisfying! You are also in charge of repair and maintenance work. Naturally you also consult with the construction manager and perform the final quality controls.

Your salary – what you will earn

Your salary will be based on how much professional experience you have and what arrangements you make with your employer. Naturally this will vary for each individual. But it is certain that there are good opportunities to earn money and you will often receive additional benefits such as expense allowances, for instance. You can increase your earnings through further training courses and other qualifications.

Your future – what your opportunities are

If you have completed a metalworker apprenticeship and are working as a installer, for example, you have many opportunities for further training. Fachwirt:in (Bachelor Professional) and Meister:in (professional qualified to train apprentices) are just two options. Many installers often become installation supervisors or project managers. As you can see, you have every opportunity! There are also numerous courses of training to further prepare you for the future and to handle new tasks.

Your entry point – openings and more

Installer is a classical and very concrete recognised trade. Many metalworkers work as Installers, but so do many carpenters and locksmiths. Some general trade apprenticeships will prepare you to work as a installer. You can also start working as a installer through lateral entry from a different background. Interested? Find the right openings for you in our application portal.


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