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Baruth/Mark, 13. Juni 2023. Die Classen Gruppe ist mit ihrem Laminatwerk und mehr als 800 Mitarbeitern am Standort Baruth einer der größten Arbeitgeber in der Region. Da sich das Unternehmen ständig weiterentwickelt, sucht Classen für den Ausbildungsbeginn im Sommer noch Auszubildende für den kaufmännischen und technischen Bereich. Am 30. Juni haben daher alle Interessierten von 10 bis 17 Uhr die Möglichkeit, sich über die verschiedenen Ausbildungsberufe zu informieren und einen Blick auf den Arbeitsplatz und die nachhaltige Produktion im modernsten Laminatwerk der Welt zu werfen. Mitarbeiter von Classen (und vielleicht auch zukünftige Kollegen) werden für Fragen zur Verfügung stehen.

Folgende Ausbildungsberufe mit Zukunft werden angeboten: Industriekaufmann (m/w/d), Kaufmann (m/w/d) für Büromanagement, Elektroniker (m/w/d) für Automatisierungstechnik, Industriemechaniker (m/w/d) sowie Anlagen- und Maschinenführer (m/w/d).

Ziel von Classen ist es, die Auszubildenden nach Abschluss der Ausbildung zu übernehmen und damit den Grundstein für eine gemeinsame Zukunft zu legen.

Further information: https://classengroup.com/karriere/ausbildungsplaetze-baruth/

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