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“Whoever is ambitious and enjoys their job can work their way up”

“Whoever is ambitious and enjoys their job can work their way up”

Just like Fabian Dagenbach, Steven Triegel is also very enthusiastic about the window and building cleaner apprenticeship. The 18-year-old has been completing his apprenticeship with Braun Clean Service for the past two years. In an interview with clean Magazine, he tells us why he likes his job and what he plans on doing after his apprenticeship.

How did you get your position as an apprentice?
During vacation, I had the opportunity to help perform basic cleaning at a school. I got my apprenticeship position after talking to the professional cleaners there. I began my apprenticeship in 2015 and will be done next year.

What does a typical work day look like?
There really is no typical work day. The job is very multifaceted and spontaneous. That’s what I like about it so much.

Which tasks do you enjoy most?
I like window cleaning, landscape maintenance and working with the mono-disc cleaner.

What tips do you have for applicants?
Applicants should be open for everything and not underestimate the diversity of this profession. And work can sometimes be physically demanding.

How do you see your career opportunities?
If you’re ambitious, enjoy your work and don’t do anything stupid, you can work your way up. That’s why I really want to get my master’s craftsman diploma and get even more experience.

Do you enjoy working with UNGER products and, if yes, which ones do you use?
I really like working with the squeegee and washer from the ErgoTec Ninja series. They are easy to use and make work much more fun.

Steven Triegel (left) and Fabian Dagenbach (right) with their boss Dirk Steinmann.

Steven Triegel (left) and Fabian Dagenbach
(right) with their boss Dirk Steinmann.

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