Technical System Engineer (mechanical systems)

  • ALFA LAVAL AALBORG A/S
  • Gasværksvej 21, 9000 Aalborg
  • 14/11/2019
Fuldtid Ingeniør Industriel produktion

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Who you are

Do you recognize these words, when trying to describe yourself? Analytic, structured, detail oriented with high technical skills. Then we are looking for you!

You are adept in communicating with others on technical matters and understand the value of working in a team with various profiles and differences.

You have learned to deliver parts of a product without having completed everything, because this is done in iteration with the customer and your colleagues throughout the process.

About the job

As a technical system engineer, your main tasks are amongst others:

  • Ensuring the right components and structures throughout the boiler system are as specified
  • Ensuring the right documentation is in place for each project
  • You are responsible for transparent and timely communication between our Project Managers, Sales team and technical staff
  • In cooperation with the project manager and lead engineers organize and execute the process engineering activities for appointed projects incl. specification of components and instruments

What you know

You have a degree in Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or as an Electrician or similar. Knowledge and experience from the marine industry is an advantage but not a prerequisite.

You thrive on getting things done and seeing the result of your hard work. The complexity of the job is only a motivator for your, as is the combination of working with both mechanical, hardware and control systems.

As part of a global organisation you communicate at a professional level in English both verbally and written, just as you are open and respect the different cultures in- and outside of our organisation.

For more information, please contact

Manager Project Management and Documentation, Ewa Nielsen at Phone: +45 9930 4623

Please send your application and cv in English or Danish through the link below no later than December 14th, 2019.