Field Service Engineer
Contract Type

Your Opportunity

Sidel is looking for an Automation Engineer who will have a chance to design automation software for our actual/old range of machine or new machine in development. A career at Sidel opens the door to a global business environment full of opportunities for unrivalled growth where you can make a real difference. We believe in making Sidel a great place to work by empowering people and giving them the responsibility and the ownership to do amazing things.

Your Mission

Test and evaluate equipment performance at customer plant, based on technical, contractual and safety specifications.
Properly handle, check, and transfer equipment non-conformities.
Prepare Job Progress Chart and technical reports in reference to carried-out activities.
Ensure ultimate internal and external customer satisfaction.
Perform activities in line with the Standard Operating Procedures, Sidel coordination plan rules and customer rules.
Report after sales opportunities detected on Customer site.
Technical activities, troubleshooting and reporting deliverables.
Report to the Installation Site Manager for team site activities.

Your Profile

Level of Education & Language:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent.
Fluent level of English is a must.
Specialization in auto-mechanic or aseptic is a plus.
French is an advantage.
Level of Work Experience:
Experience in the beverage industry.
Min. 3 years of experience in field activities.
Technical subject matter expertise on Mechanical, Automation (B&R, Siemens, Elau & AB) Electrical or Aseptic.
Availability to travel up to 90 % (Including International Locations).
Physical Requirements
Medium work that includes moving objects up to 50 pounds
Constantly ascending or descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles, and the like
Constantly remaining in stationary position, often standing for prolonged periods
Constantly operating machinery and/or power tools
Constantly operating in small and/or enclosed spaces

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