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Welding engineer Mexico

26 August 2016

We build machines with a high degree of automation, particularly for the automotive industry. Every day we work in a high-tech business with a wide variety of joining technologies and their latest developments.

What are you going to do?
As Welding engineer you are involved in the projects from the beginning until the end. You support engineering to ensure the welding quality, support the robot welders with the correct parameters and tune the process to reach the customer specific welding standards and requirements down. In short: it's your job to ensure that the weld quality we promise to our customers will be realized.

What do we expect from you?
It is important that you have a passion for welding! Nevertheless, we expect our new colleague also
broad interest for the entire process. You are also analytical, creative, not afraid to gain dirty hands, you can work under pressure and as well as independently as in the project team.
For being able to communicate with our customers and providing training, knowledge of the English language is essential. A bachelor degree is a must, preferably in Welding Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.

We offer

  • Working in an attractive and high performing international company
  • Challenging projects in a pleasant and informal working environment
  • A competitive salary and other labour conditions
  • Excellent training and career opportunities

How to apply
Please e-mail your application and résumé in English to info@awl.nl. For further information visit our website: www.awl.nl. For specific questions you can contact Arturo Ramirez, Business Development Manager Mexico, +52 1 55 3936 5383; or Arjen Vos, Manager Personnel & Organization, +31 341 411 811.

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