We are a leading company within our sector; that of post-harvest technology and treatments for fruit and vegetable produce. One of the building blocks of our success are the staff we select to work together as a team to provide our clients with solutions brought about through innovation and backed by scientific rigor.
We are currently seeking a specialist to further develop and implement our Maintenance Plan for our Workshop Department. The selected person will assume responsibility for a series of tasks and actions, with particular responsibility for the Maintenance Plan; its development, organization and implementation in the production plant. That person will also provide assistance in the management of Suppliers and within the Technical Office.
We anticipate finding a Qualified Engineer, with Professional Electromechanical Training, Electromechanical Cyclical Maintenance or similar, with a minimum of one year’s experience in the field and understanding of industrial maintenance. Of particular value would be experience in document organization and supplier management.
Competent use of MS Office and a minimum level B1 in English.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, accompanied by a letter outlining your motives for seeking the position and a time at which we may contact you.
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