On site in Aschau am Inn
A look behind the scenes with specialists from Aschau am Inn (Germany)
Meet the specialists for high-performance military propulsion and chemical intermediates
The products of Nitrochemie Aschau GmbH can be found in many defence and civilian applications. In ammunition for large and medium calibres, but also as chemical intermediates that are used for example in toothpaste or medicines.
Those who work here experience production and development at the highest level, also and especially in areas of application that might not immediately spring to mind.
Our colleagues are enthusiastic and proud of their work. Zoom in when they take us into their everyday lives.Sounds exciting? Then read on! We are looking for reinforcement for our team.
Working in one of the most beautiful regions of Germany
Different fields of work, one common passion
Alexander and Eugen Polanski are brothers and a real power duo in Aschau am Inn.
Alexander Polanski started as a chemical technician in 2014 and has been working in this position since 2018 after completing his in-service training to become an industrial foreman in chemistry.
Eugen Polanski completed his apprenticeship as a chemical technician in Aschau am Inn in 2009, completed his master's degree in chemistry while working as a shift supervisor in a 5-shift operation, studied chemical process engineering by distance learning and now works as a project engineer for chemistry.
These are two great examples of possible career paths at our site.
"I can't sit still. A multifaceted job is extremely important to me. There are new challenges here every day in process and plant optimisation."
Project engineer Chemistry
"My job is interesting and challenging. I get excited about solving problems and completing projects successfully."
Meet our Chemistry trainees
"Understanding the composition of chemical processes is a great challenge. I like learning about new tasks all the time and growing with them."
"We learn the basics of everyday laboratory work at the Burghausen vocational training centre. In the company, I can get to know and apply the extensive range of analytical methods in practice."
Chemistry lab technician trainee
Seizing professional opportunities as a career changer
"It's interesting and fascinating at the same time to be involved in the production of chemical intermediates that are later used in a toothpaste or a medicine, for example."
Chemical technician in extra-occupational training
"I do my job with great enthusiasm. My tasks include the production of various chemical products and also monitoring our in-house wastewater treatment plant.
I feel comfortable and supported here, the pay is attractive and I work for a company that is one of the leading and largest in the region."
Electrical engineering and electronics
Alexander Langstein deals with the construction of new production plants as well as the conversion of existing plants on a daily basis. Starting with basic engineering, through detailed engineering to commissioning, he accompanies all tasks in the field of electrical control, measurement and regulation technology (EMSR).
He started at Rheinmetall in 2008 with a vocational training course to become an electronics technician for automation technology. He then attended technical school for two years. Since then he has been working as an EMSR hardware planner and studying electrical engineering while working.
"Commissioning a new plant is an exciting challenge every time. It's a lot of fun in our dedicated team."
"I appreciate the regional training and the excellent conditions. My training as an AT electronics technician is multifaceted, with theory at BBiW Burghausen and practice in the company."
Electronics technician AT trainee
"During the commercial training, I get to know seven departments. With these comprehensive insights, I become an all-rounder."
Industrial clerk trainee
"I enjoy making spare parts for machines myself, removing old parts and replacing them with these."
Industrial mechanics trainee