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From electrician to robot programmer
Are you an electrician with ambition, looking for the next step in your career and is your interest in robotics and industrial automation? Then the AD training Industrial Automation and Robotics might be something for you! For us, investing in education means investing in our employees and the future of AWL. That is why we offer you as an electrician the AD training Industrial Automation and Robotics.
AWL is a system integrator of state of the art automated high-tech machinery for joining processes with more than 600 staff worldwide. With facilities in the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, China, Mexico and the United States, we support our customers all over the world. We guarantee our customers’ global productivity by means of smart and reliable solutions in the field of high-end automation, robotization and joining techniques.
No-nonsense, innovative, plenty of ownership at all levels and down to earth; that is what working at AWL is like. The AWL company culture is described as being very pleasant. With us, you work in small multidisciplinary teams together with the best professionals. You will develop yourself further with us and you will contribute to the creation of high-tech machines that provide worldwide productivity for our customers.
Meet your future colleagues
After I finished my study as Robot Engineer at the University I started working for an international company as a PLC controller. Although I liked my job it had little to do with what I studied. When the opportunity at AWL came up to support the team in Mexico as a robot welder I said “YES”! AWL is
Jing Yan (Maria)
Team Leader HR
I like the fact that AWL is a European company and builds automated and robotized machines. The facility in Wuxi is a great place to work; clean and light. The environment at AWL is very open. Everyone is very nice, including management. It is my responsibility to develop our Chinese team; get the b
Jingxin Sun (Pato)
I want to be a simulation engineer as I’m really into robots. I worked as a robotics designer and mechanical engineer for the last 3 years, but at AWL I ﬁrst need to know how it all works, the rules and such, before I can use this knowledge as a simulation engineer. On my ﬁrst visit to AWL I had a l
In my work I’m mainly concerned with programming robots. Right now I’m focusing on the improvement of the path that the robot takes. The positions and orientation must be very precisely defined, and I develop software to make that easier to do. For example, I am now developing software in which you
In January 2017, I started at AWL as a graduate. I was in the last stage of my Human Resource Management training, and I had heard good reports about AWL from fellow students. It was then that I decided to submit an open-ended application. I am now part of the HR Department as a Management Trainee.
When I started working at AWL I was really impressed by the complexity of the machines. After having filled various positions, I have been in Concept Engineering at the Special Projects department for a while now. There is very little that is standard with these projects and it is up to us, together
René van de Meeberg
As a project manager I’m responsible from the moment the project is sold until commissioning. The final objective is that the customer says: “This is exactly the machine that I always wanted to have, I’m proud of this.” The pride that a customer has for such a machine must also be felt by the team d