I started my career as an employee in the hall. After a soccer accident resulting in a dislocated shoulder in 2008, physical work was off-limits for the time being. But I did not want to be forced to do nothing for six months, so I started working in the office, in the work preparation department. It was a time of intensive training for me. In addition to the industrial master metal worker program, I completed the REFA basic training and a quality manager training, all between 2007 and 2009. So I grew into process planning and work organization, and ultimately also in management responsibility. When the job order production department was set up, I went to management and said: This is exactly mine! I know our machinery, I know our employees. I know where, when, and which experts are free to retrieve projects for us. This is still a focus of mine today.