Project Engineer (Finland)
We are looking for a Project Engineer to join our Energy Solutions Business Unit in the EMEA region.
Your key responsibilities will include providing technical support and expertise in customer projects across Nordics & Baltics. You will conduct system and meter configurations, reporting and installations. You will also support clean up teams and perform system status follow-ups. As we regularly train our customers your tasks will include preparing training material and acting as a trainer in your specialist area. You will also have the possibility to handle customer support tasks, mainly the 1st Level support for our Nordics and Baltics customers and provide technical support for sales.
We wish you to have a solid experience in technical tasks in the customer interface. You are familiar with electrical and network engineering, IT and/or telecommunication. You hold BSc or MSc degree in technical area. Prior experience in project implementation, ideally in system solutions, is important. You are also familiar with system testing and documenting. As we work in an international environment you possess fluent English language skills both spoken and written. You also have willingness and possibility to travel.
As a person you are a team player and strongly committed to quality in everything you do. You enjoy working with people from different cultural backgrounds, and you are willing to step in the heart of developing business with open mind attitude.
We offer you exciting career opportunity in international environment with high performing team. Among our top engineers you move towards new projects and absorbing challenges all over again, spiced with a great team spirit. If you have the skills and expertise, but above all the drive and enthusiasm to make a difference, we are looking forward hearing from you.
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
For further details please contact:
• Janne Leppäaho, email@example.com, +358 40 504 5257
Please submit your application and CV here latest on September 30th, 2016.