Career with Probst
Take action and make a difference!
We define the handling of building materials – the basis for this is motivated and qualified employees. We do a lot for this:
- Attractive additional benefits, such as Christmas and holiday pay
- Flextime to combine job and family in the best possible way
- Further education opportunities through internal and external training
- Christmas party, family summer party, company run
- and much more
Interested? Then send us your application.
Head of manufacturing
First he worked as a temp at Probst, then he really got started as the first apprentice—today Jörg Müller manages an important part of the production.
She started as an apprentice at Probst, today she is a clerk in the purchasing department—and in addition she is doing further training to become an industrial specialist.
Area Sales Manager
Previously he lived in Canada, then he returned to Germany and now he is on the road worldwide as Area Sales Manager for Probst.
Heavy Machinery & Paint Shop Team Leader
In 2006, Rick Schnalke started his apprenticeship as a construction mechanic. In the meantime, he is responsible for the assembly of the large hydraulic equipment and is team leader of the paint shop.
Team lead laying technology
15 years ago, Marius Kaltenbach was working at Probst during his semester breaks. Today, as team lead of laying technology, he develops large-scale equipment, such as the laying machine.
Let us define together the building material handling of tomorrow! We look forward to getting to know you.
"We listen – and then we find the best solution."
"Our product portfolio ranges from hand tools, construction equipment and construction machinery to complex, individual solutions. This requires a lot of competent advice. We therefore see ourselves as a partner to our customers – with the aim of using our solutions to optimize our customers' processes on the construction site and in the building materials plants, while at the same time making them safer and more ergonomic".
"I find the variety very motivating."
"Of course there are recurring tasks that have to be done - this applies to everyone, not just to us apprentices. But the variety in my everyday work clearly outweighs the variety in my work, which motivates me a lot. And if I'm thrown into the deep end, I can always rely on my colleagues. There is a family atmosphere that I really appreciate."
Trainee industrial clerk