Are you eager to explore the big wide world? Are you excited by large-scale, special-purpose machinery? Are you keen to tackle complex, unforeseen problems? Great – we have just the thing for you!
You can expect comprehensive introductory training in the respective system and process technology, long-term job security at a globally leading, family-owned company in the market segment, extremely attractive travel bonuses and benefits, as well as flexible ways of compensating for accrued travel overtime. The position is suitable for experienced commissioning specialists and graduates alike.
Our client and its over 2,000 employees specialise in sophisticated, large-scale plastics processing systems. Together with a motivated team, it will be your job to support commissioning around the world, from the final phase of assembly right through to remedying defects in the acceptance process. Rest assured: there is never a dull moment here!
Flexible engineers or technicians for commissioning
New destinations instead of office frustrations?
- Commissioning systems from a process engineering perspective together with other experts (until a fully functioning end product is achieved).
- Training, supporting and advising customers in parameter setting and system operation as required.
- Optimising output at the start of series production.
- Managing and coordinating subcontractors.
- Before and after commissioning periods, you have the opportunity to actively participate in interesting in-house activities, such as:
- conducting laboratory tests,
- helping develop and design machines, and
- assisting in the optimisation of new developments.
- Engineer or technician specialised, e.g. in plastics engineering, process engineering, mechanical engineering, mechatronics, production technology, automation, etc.
- Prior knowledge of plastics processing methods is helpful but not a prerequisite. More important is your willingness to become acquainted with completely new topics.
- Highly level of motivation to travel internationally: up to 70% of your working time, incl. several weeks in a row.
- High degree of flexibility, resilience and a very independent and autonomous way of working.
- Cooperative teamwork, ability to find pragmatic solutions and commitment to successful and timely acceptance.
- Good command of English or German.
- Applicants must hold EU citizenship in order to facilitate travel planning and harmonise visa requirements within the team.