Electric Service Engineer Industry

Eyemation is a young company (founded in 2007), which is being managed by Jouke Wijdoogen as a freelancer. In a wide range the industry is working on electrical engineering projects, such as in the food, refrigeration technique, traffic lights, plastic, starch, and manure processing till Ship and shore container cranes. All electrical disciplines are practiced within the company. From design to turnkey delivery. Think about the design of the switch boxes, the programming of the PLC software, building and installing the switch panels, to the commissioning of the installation. The technical specialism within the company has a clear vision and pushes the boundaries of the automation. 

 

Job description:

As a service engineer within the small growing organization with great flexibility, you will need to be actively and independently engaged with commissioning, panel building and making adjustments on production lines and machines. Additionally, in case of malfunction and / or modifications at production lines, you will need to be able to work solution oriented. And sometimes you even to carry out a job abroad.

 

Job requirements:

  • Extensive experience in control technology
  • Minimum MBO 4 education or equivalent knowledge through training and / or experience..
  • Knowledge of Drives, PLC, and general control components.
  • Drawing Eplan P8 ( pré)
  • Programming PLC ( pré)
  • In possession of drivers license B and VCA
  • You will work independently and solution oriented, you are flexible and representative of the company, and you can work well together and interact with other people. 

Working conditions:

  • Salary € 2.500 –  € 3.250 gross per month.
  • Paid overtime and fees abroad.
  • Training opportunities

 

 

 

Application procedure

Interested?

Contact Jouke Wijdoogen for more information at 0031 6-51703105 (from 8:00 to 20:00 also during the weekend).

And send your application letter with attached resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

also take a look at our website www.plc-programmeur.nl