Your future colleagues

Your future colleagues

To get a better idea of GS, some of your future colleagues (m/f) will introduce your workplace.

GS Kunststofftechnik - Janine Neusinger

Janine Neusinger, Jumper

I came to Rhineland-Palatinate for love. On Gebrüder Schmidt’s website I found a job offer as a jumper, to which I immediately applied. Only two days later I had an interview, three days later I was accepted. My job here at GS is varied and interesting. Quality inspections, small assemblies and packaging parts are just as much a part of my daily tasks as documenting the produced goods in the orders. Of course, order and cleanliness are also part of it. Since GS has a wide range of products, a large machine park and different work processes, attention and concentration are very important when doing my work.

I like working at GS, there is always something new to learn here. In the future I could imagine working in other areas at GS.

GS Kunststofftechnik - Sarah Bamberger

Sarah Bamberger, Financial Accounting

I started at GS in March 2011 as a production assistant in a three-shift operation. After a stay abroad, I had the opportunity to rejoin Gebrüder Schmidt as a production assistant in April 2014. My training as an office clerk offered me an internship in financial accounting. Relatively quickly I realised that I wanted to work in the commercial field again. After the internship I got a permanent position in the financial accounting department. Since I am very interested in this area, Gebrüder Schmidt made further training as a financial accountant possible for me. After successfully completing my audit as a financial accountant, my area of responsibility expanded from lists of open items to liquidity planning and business analyses. During my time at Gebrüder Schmidt I had a lot of positive experiences. In the future I am looking forward to the tasks still to come, as well as to deepen my thus far acquired knowledge and incorporate it in accounting.

GS Kunststofftechnik - Christian Hoseus

Christian Hoseus, Maintenance Manager

In 1994 I started my training as an energy electronics technician specialising in industrial engineering with an automotive supplier in Bad Sobernheim. After my training, I first worked as a maintenance technician in the electrical department and then as a shift manager.

In 2016 I became aware of GS through a job offer in the newspaper. After the first discussions I was convinced that GS could offer me new professional perspectives and decided to change.
As a maintenance engineer, it is my job to ensure trouble-free production and the maintenance of technical systems. In addition to fault analysis and elimination, this also includes preventive maintenance in the form of regular inspections. After only two months I was entrusted with the management of maintenance. Shortly thereafter, I obtained my training certificate from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in order to be able to train our specialists of tomorrow in maintenance in the future.

Establishing a training workshop and restructuring maintenance are a special challenge for me. GS enables me to implement my ideas and ideas for successful and sustainable maintenance. Good cooperation with colleagues in maintenance as well as in all other departments gives me great pleasure and motivates me to master these challenges.

GS offers excellent opportunities for professional development and further training. I am particularly interested in continuous further development in the area of maintenance. Major investments, both in existing and new technologies, show me the sustainability and farsightedness of the company.

GS Kunststofftechnik - Dominik Daum

Dominik Daum, Toolmaking

After my training as a tool mechanic and completing my military service, I applied to GS. Initially, there was no vacancy in the tool shop, whereupon I started as a machine operator in production. A short time later I got the chance to work as a fitter, which I naturally gladly accepted. Later I changed to the tool shop. My area of responsibility includes maintenance, repair and, of course, repairs on injection moulds, which I carry out independently.

Constructing new tools, tool parts and devices are also amongst my tasks. The work is very varied. Due to changing challenges there are always new things to be learnt. My colleagues are very nice and helpful. In the future I will expand my knowledge and gain even more experience.