We are hiring

Thanks to increasing order volume Dosch Messapparate GmbH is looking for new colleagues again!

We offer a friendly atmosphere in a family environment. We pay attention to the individual needs of our employees and thus create a productive working atmosphere in which our employees feel comfortable. We rely on a long partnership between the company and its employees.

Currently we are looking for colleagues for the positions described below. If these descriptions do not match your skills or career aspirations, you are welcome to send us an unsolicited application.

employee for technical sales. (office work)
– You are the first point of contact for our customers and advise them with regard to technical questions about our products.
– You will independently develop standardized or customized solutions and offers according to customer requirements.
– You have a technical apprenticeship or a degree in process engineering / mechanical engineering. Or you have the appropriate professional experience, preferably in the field of pipeline construction/vessel construction.
– You are characterized by a high level of personal commitment and a strong ability to communicate, including in English.

employee for conventional turning (no CNC)
– You are responsible for turning various individual parts or small series from a wide variety of materials according to drawings.
– You work independently in a small team without shift work.
– You have trained as a cutting technician / production mechanic or similar or you have corresponding professional experience.
– You can work well both independently and in a team.

Large Contract for Water Supply

Berlin bear Libya water drinking

We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded a large order for a water supply project in Libya. We are currently manufacturing a large number of EARL Flow Switches, which will soon set off for Libya.

The ambitious water supply project Great Man-Made River has attracted a great deal of attention in recent decades. The huge pipelines transport large amounts of groundwater from the southern arid regions to the Libyan population in the north. The UNESCO honoured the project by adopting the project’s name for its “International Water Prize”. The project is also depicted on the “Buddy Bear” of the Libyan Embassy in Berlin (Buddy Bears are famous statues in Berlin, see left).

Have a look at our EARL Flow Switches!
to the EARL Flow Switches

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