We are constantly growing and opening up new fields of business and tasks. In addition, we want to further expand our pioneering position and put into practice the approaches we have developed through research projects. For this we need highly qualified and motivated employees.

 We offer the following possibilities of direct entry:
as entry level upon successful completion of studies | as a professional with experience.

Of course, we also offer students the opportunity to complete their student research projects, diploma theses, internships or practical semesters with us. This is often the first step towards a career at Wölfel after graduation.

We have a wide range of topics in the following fields:
numerical simulation using finite elements | vibration measurement | vibration monitoring | active and passive vibration reduction vibration | structural health monitoring in wind turbines | bio-mechanics.


We offer a wide range of products and services. We do not place job ads for all of our ideas we would like to realize. In this dynamic field, often opportunities arise at short notice. So, unsolicited applications are by all means welcome, especially if you have the following qualifications:

Interest in mechanics, especially in the field of dynamics | Studies at a university or technical college, especially in the subjects of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, physics, civil engineering | automotive engineering or comparable majors | Commitment and initiative | And you enjoy daily contact with customers

If you are interested in new challenges at Wölfel, do not hesitate to send us your complete application – including the field you are interested in.

Either send your application to the following address:

Max-Planck-Str. 15
D-97204 Höchberg 

 or via e-mail to



Take a look at the Wölfel company portrait on "Mainfranken – wie für Dich gemacht" and get to know our location in Höchberg.

Please contact me personally


I’ll be pleased to answer any questions about our current vacancies, the Wölfel Group as an employer and the application process.

Elke Gernert
Wölfel Engineering