Your Work at Tornado Antriebstechnik
Tornado is a successful manufacturer of gearbox und geared motors with over 100 years of tradition. Tornado's gearbox exists because its employees.
We are convinced: Without our competent personnel (colleagues/staff), no gear wheel will spin at Tornado. This is why we create working conditions that provide security for professional and personal advancement and at the same time offer room for ideas.
We promote and demand further development and offer extensive individual opportunities for increasing qualifications as well as further and advanced training. At Tornado, personal initiative is rewarded and pays off - with expert know-how and attractive career prospects.
We organize training courses so that our employees can keep up with technical developments at high level.
We are hiring!
For our team we are always looking for colleagues who would like to share our philosophy (reference mission statement) and passion for this work. Would you like to work with us?
We look forward to receiving your application including complete documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae, certificates, preferably as a PDF document).
There is no suitable position, but you can imagine that you would fit in well with us?
Then we look forward to receiving your unsolicited application!
Please send your complete application documents by post or email to
Tornado Antriebstechnik GmbH / Personnel department
PO box 270353
We offer professionnal training
We are looking forward to talented young people and, in cooperation with ABB Training center Berlin gGmbH, train them for the following professions:
We currently employ six trainees in three years of apprenticeship.
Girlpower - Motors aren't just for men.
Tornado participates in the girlsatec project of the state of Berlin and the ABB Training Center. Technologies know no boundaries that are determined by gender. They are there for everyone - so they can all use and develop. Under the patronage of the Senator for "Integration, Labor and Social Affairs", girls and young women are encouraged to inform themselves about industrial and technical professions in their career orientation. Further information about this project can be found here: