What we offer
Trainees/apprentices – what we offer
Clerk for office management
During your training to become a clerk for office management (Kauffrau/-mann für Büromanagement), you will receive a thorough introduction to the different departments of Deutsche Börse Group.
Your work in the various departments is planned on a generous time scale, enabling you to thoroughly understand the work procedures and get to know the people involved. Various in-house training courses will serve to solidify and broaden this knowledge.
We directly involve our trainees and apprentices in our daily business. From day one, you will learn how to manage important office operations. In addition to the unique tasks within your department, you will organise meetings, prepare conferences, take minutes, write business correspondence, deal with incoming mail and coordinate appointments. You are also likely to become involved in small project assignments. You job will be an important contribution to the success of the entire team.
Qualified IT specialist – application development/system integration
In your first year of training as a qualified IT specialist for system integration/application development (Fachinformatiker/-in – Anwendungsentwicklung/Systemintegration) you will acquire a general overview of all company departments relevant to IT. In the second and third year of training, you will focus on an area to specialise in.
The range of tasks and responsibilities varies depending on the department. Basic training includes working in data bases, the installation of programmes, administration of servers as well as the development and integration of own programmes and systems.
Throughout training, you will be supported and mentored by friendly, outgoing and competent colleagues.
Training approach and schedule
Training starts on 1 September every year at the corporate headquarters in Eschborn near Frankfurt/Main. Our commercial apprentices train for two and a half years and our technical apprentices complete their training after three years.
As of 1 July 2016, the remuneration for both positions is €987 gross for the first year, €1,066 for the second and €1,142 for the third and final year of training, with 39 weekly hours of work.