·Are you a caring and a helpful person? ·Do you like to solve technical problems? ·Do you have a genuine interest in heavy machinery?
In this role you will be helping our service staff around the world to support our Drill and Blast customers by providing technical expertise, conducting technical training and commissioning new machines among other things. You will work with continuous product improvement as well as in projects to develop our products. The position is based in Örebro, Sweden.
In this role you will be helping our service staff around the world to support our Drill and Blast customers by providing technical support, conducting technical training and commissioning new machines among other things. You will work with continuous product improvement as well as in projects to develop our products. The position is based in Örebro, Sweden.
To be successful in this role, candidates will have:
·Attitude – helpful and humble, walks the extra mile, sense of urgency. ·In depth knowledge in regards to hydraulics and computerized machinery control systems. ·Good organizational and planning abilities. ·Effective communication and presentation skills. ·Strong problem solving ability and trouble shooting skills. ·Computer literacy and good report writing skills. ·Good command in English, both verbal and written. ·Ability to travel when required, approximately 70-100 days a year. ·Relevant technical education, preferably on bachelor university level or minimum high school level combined with practical experience. In addition, candidates will be team players with a strong commitment to Operational Health and Safety, Quality and Environment policies and procedures. They will also have a strong desire to deliver best practice solutions for our customers business.
Interviews will take place continuously during the application time
Country and city description
Örebro is Sweden’s seventh largest city, with around 135,000 inhabitants. It is located in the center of Sweden, population-wise – 2 hours to the east coast (including Stockholm); 3 hours to the west coast. There is good infrastructure and facilities, and virtually no traffic - so the quality of life is high. There is an established and growing international community. There are also schools that offer education in English, including the International
Atlas Copco's Board of Directors announced in January 2017 that it would initiate work in order to propose to the Annual General Meeting in 2018, to decide on a split of Atlas Copco into two parts. Atlas Copco will focus on industry and Epiroc will focus on mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries.
Recruiting manager: Erik Wake