Ex­pe­ri­ence re­port Maximilian

Ju­ni­or Data Mo­de­ling Engineer

Af­ter the suc­cess­ful pas­sing of the writ­ten and oral ex­ams I fi­nal­ly fi­nis­hed my ap­pren­ti­ce­ship as an In­for­ma­ti­on Tech­no­lo­gy Ma­nage­ment As­si­stant in Fe­bru­a­ry 2018 af­ter 2 ye­ars at ½ with shortening.

Now my time as a per­ma­nent em­ployee could start. I de­ci­ded for a team in the In­for­ma­ti­on Ma­nage­ment De­part­ment – Pro­duct & Source Data Stan­dar­di­sa­ti­on short PSDS. Our team is re­spon­si­ble for raw data pre­pa­ra­ti­on for car, truck and parts ma­nu­fac­tu­rers. Many sub­tasks are ad­ded here. I had been able to ac­qui­re the ba­sic know­ledge du­ring my training, but many things were also new. In my dai­ly work I have a lot to do with SQL; Mi­cro­soft Vi­su­al Stu­dio is ad­ded to this occasionally.

My main dai­ly busi­ness is also a lar­ge in­ter­nal pro­ject with ef­fects on the en­t­i­re data struc­tu­re. I am cur­r­ent­ly de­aling with truck ma­nu­fac­tu­rers and their data and struc­tures that should be in­te­gra­ted into our sys­tems. In ad­di­ti­on the­re are al­ways smal­ler tasks like ad­ap­ting a web ser­vice or pro­vi­ding data for a col­league. I was also able to at­tend a busi­ness mee­ting at a car ma­nu­fac­tu­rer to talk about raw data pro­cu­re­ment and provision.

Sin­ce our team also has two col­leagues in Co­lo­gne, I was able to gain in­sight into the day-to-day busi­ness and the cor­re­spon­ding tools for two weeks. So if the work the­re be­co­mes too much, I can sup­port them as well. For the fu­ture I in­tend to fur­ther de­ve­lop my know­ledge in SQL and in the au­to­mo­ti­ve world and would also like to use fur­ther training.

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