You are responsible for mechanical maintenance. Has it always been like this??
Jetzinger: At the beginning, I worked in production and operated various machines. This task gave me the opportunity to gain an insight into the respective operational processes, which is very helpful for my current job. Over time, the processes in the company became more and more complex. So it happened that due to my technical interest and my "restless mind" I decided to take the locksmith's examination in the second career path. This additional qualification led me to the newly founded department of mechanical maintenance, which I now head.
What do you mean by maintenance? What are your specific tasks?
Jetzinger: Basically, the main task of my job is to take care of the problems that occur in the operating processes. Together with my team, I try to secure and optimise the internal processes. A fixed component is also to know the respective machines and to try to improve their output. Through these tasks, my team and I can have a direct influence on the success of the company. If you like, you can say that our work left no stone unturned. Although, if I'm honest, the steel construction is standing - still ...(laughs). It is important to recognise the possibilities and to think: "What else is possible"? Of course, there are also limits, for example if there is a physical impossibility. Nevertheless, the "inventive spirit" is required and you have to try to get around this with another solution. That is my approach to the job.