ANDRITZ is an international technology group providing plants, systems, equipment, and services for various industries. The company is one of the technology and global market leaders in the hydropower business, the pulp and paper industry, the metal working and steel industries, and in solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial segments. Other important fields of business are animal feed and biomass pelleting.

Job summary / Introduction

We are looking for a Start-Up and Comissioning Engineer to join our Paper, Fiber and Recycling Divison in Graz, Vienna or St. Pölten, Austria:

Detailed job description

Your Tasks

  • Commissioning of complete systems or components for paper & board
  • Optimization of plants and processes
  • Preparation and implementation of customer training
  • Trouble-Shooting and After-Sales Service
  • Support product and process management to improve and develop new components

Candidate's profile

Your Profile

  • Degree in mechanical or industrial engineering (high school / university)
  • Several years (> 5) of professional experience within Paper and Board machines
  • Excellent English skills and intercultural awareness
  • Team-player, business orientation and assertive personality
  • Willingness to international travelling with longer on-site stays at the customer

Our Offer

In Austria we are legally obliged to announce for this position at least a gross monthly salary of
€ 3390,26.

Depending on qualifications and professional experience we offer you a market-based salary.

Your Application

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Sandra Mick

Please use the link below to apply. Thank you!

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