We are “The Power behind Power” and as Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen (MR) we have been writing success stories for over 150 years. As global market leader in energy technology, we are using highest-performance actuators, sensors, software and services to make transformers intelligent and controllable, thereby ensuring an optimal power supply from the power plant to the outlet. We are looking for you as:
We are “The Power behind Power” and as Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen (MR) we have been writing success stories for over 150 years. As global market leader in energy technology, we are using highest-performance actuators, sensors, software and services to make transformers intelligent and controllable, thereby ensuring an optimal power supply from the power plant to the outlet. We are looking for you as:
Order Processor Service and Products (m/f/d)
Location: Täby, Sweden
What challenges can you expect?
  • Advising customers / operators in regard to all technical inquiries relating to the transformer control product range
  • Interpreting, clarifying and realizing customer specifications for offers and orders taking into account the transformer control delivery spectrum
  • Entering customer orders and service assignments for internal processing and planning
  • Coordinating schedules and monitoring progress during processing / implementation including technical and commercial follow up
  • Making presentations regarding maintenance strategies / technical issues to customers and at conferences
What do we expect from you?
  • At a minimum, technician or engineer with appropriate experience level and product knowledge
  • Specialization in electrical engineering / mechatronics desirable
  • Experience in energy technology
  • Basic knowledge of the machine construction industry
  • Computer skills: MS Office, experience in SAP would be an advantage
  • Nordic language is an advantage
  • Understanding of processes and systems
  • Willingness to travel
  • Customer orientation and self driven
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