er and metal industry. A vacancy has arisen within this department for the position of Field Service Engineer Quality Control Systems. Quality Control Systems are measurement and control systems, which measure a number of aspects of paper on-line and influence the paper production process by means of control strategies and adjusting devices in such a way that an optimal quality is obtained with minimal production costs and with maximum output. As a Field Service Engineer you are responsible for maintenance, verification and troubleshooting of our frames, sensors, adjusters and overhead systems (DCS system, 800Xa). This involves both mechanical and electrical work as well as work in a software environment. In this position it is also your role to ensure good contact with the customer. This is at all levels, both with production, technical service, lab/quality service, as well as with management The customers are mainly paper mills. These are mainly located in the East of the country. The work can therefore take place under less favorable conditions, such as working under heat and noise and working near moving parts. Maintenance in Belgium can also take place occasionally. In addition, you may eventually be asked to support service jobs abroad.
ABB is a global company that is a leader in power transmission and distribution, process and production automation as well as electrical, electronic and plant engineering products and systems. Our offerings: We offer you a varied job in an international concern that places a very high priority on the development of its employees, quality and safety. In addition, in this position we offer you the opportunity to specialize in ABB products and systems. Of course, we offer you a competitive and attractive package of benefits, as well as compensation for irregular working hours. This position includes a car, telephone and laptop. We will provide part of the training locally but you will also follow courses in Ireland (Dundalk) or possibly even in America. Because we use infrared and optical techniques as well as radioactive sources (to determine the weight of the paper or cardboard) you will also have to follow a course for radiation level 5A, as well as for VCA Vol and NEN3140. Interested? Register your CV and apply online at https://www.abb.nl by clicking on 'Careers. For questions about the vacancy, please contact Jacqueline Pereboom, e-mail: soll@https://nl.abb.com, tel. 010-4078214 Would you like to learn more about what it's like to work at ABB in the Netherlands? On this page you can read more about our culture and get to know our colleagues: https://careers.abb/abbnl Want to meet a direct colleague? Then watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1KRsTjWzoM