The Energiewerkstatt as an employer

For the sake of our environment.

The Energiewerkstatt started as an association in 1986 on the initiative of Hans Winkelmeier and Matthäus Gollackner. Their interest and passion was renewable energies. This has not changed to this day, except that the Energiewerkstatt is now a highly specialised consultant with 15 employees.

Our daily bread is research, development and implementation of projects in the field of sustainable forms of energy. We are at home in the so-called province, in Teichstätt near Friedburg, but our horizon is very broad: from Venezuela to Dagestan – and if it’s up to us, we’d like to go beyond that in the future.

The Energiewerkstatt mainly employs people with a technical and/or scientific background. Most of the people in our team have attended a vocational high school and then studied – some have also completed the latter part-time. Each individual contributes his or her skills and competences and continues to develop.

Basically, all of them are employed on a permanent or unlimited basis; in addition, temporary employment such as trainee programmes and (professional) internships are also possible.

Interested parties can expect responsible and challenging activities in the future-oriented sector of green energy as well as a highly qualified team, independent work and, of course, fair and performance-based remuneration.


In addition, we support qualification measures by making time and financial resources available. Since the headquarters of the Energiewerkstatt is located in Heiligenstatt/Friedburg, but is easily accessible by many routes, there is also corresponding mobility assistance. Speaking of assistance, if someone wants to settle down on site or in the immediate vicinity, we are happy to help find suitable accommodation.


Whether direct entry, trainee programme or internship – there are a number of ways to join Energiewerkstatt. Simply send us your application documents and give us a few days for feedback. Many thanks in advance!

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