Successfully completed! Olga Magel joins Hübner Giessen

After three years, Olga Magel has made it: she has successfully completed her apprenticeship as an industrial clerk. Hübner Giessen would like to congratulate her and is delighted that she has joined our team as a qualified specialist.

As a single mother of four children, Olga has impressively demonstrated that it is never too late to realise your dreams. In June this year, she passed her final exam and achieved an impressive overall grade of 1.9.

Hübner Giessen attaches great importance to the training of their own junior staff. Those who successfully complete their apprenticeship with Hübner Giessen can look forward to a secure professional future. As a rule, trainees are taken on and supported in their further professional development.

She has been part of the team at Hübner Giessen as an industrial clerk since 1 July 2024. She is happy to use her knowledge from her apprenticeship and to learn a lot more in the future. “I am proud to be part of the Hübner Giessen family. The varied work, the exciting products and the team spirit among my colleagues made my decision to continue my journey at Hübner Giessen particularly easy.”   In future Olga Magel will activley support the department ordermanagement.


We train the specialists of the future in the following areas, among others:

Commercial trades:

  • Industrial clerks
  • IT administrators

Technical trades:

  • Milling machine operators
  • Electronics engineers for devices and systems
  • Electronics engineers for mechanical and systems engineering

IT trades:

  • IT specialists – system integration
  • IT specialists – application development

We place a great deal of value on our apprentices being able to understand the whole company, our processes and our products. That is why they work in all of our departments during their apprenticeship.

You can find more information about apprenticeships at Hübner Giessen on our apprenticeship page. There you can also read how Olga Magel fared during her apprenticeship

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