Innovative solutions on the pulse of time, a dynamic working environment characterized by progress, versatile opportunities - this is the world of SKIDATA. Become part of our strong, international team now and shape the future of modern access systems with your ideas and know-how.
training and development
flexible working hours
Globally leading access solutions are seeking for a dedicated
Production Engineer - Production Control Systems
You support continuous quality improvements at our production partners and are jointly responsible for the claim management of production. In addition, you drive projects for quality improvement and cost reduction. You support in the areas of new product development, change management and the procurement strategy (of components/parts). You are responsible for both the ramp-up of new products and the ramp-down of existing products, as well as for the definition of product packaging. You also carry out process audits at production partners and suppliers. You will work closely with the development department, quality assurance, project and product management and purchasing.
A sound technical education (university, FH, HTL)
At least 2 years of practical, relevant work experience (ideally as a production or quality engineer)
Knowledge of process improvement tools such as SPC, KAIZEN, MUDA, LEAN Production and problem-solving methods
Know-how of assembly and production techniques
Structured, self-responsible and goal-oriented way of working
Cooperative collaboration with suppliers and creativity in problem solving
Willingness to travel on business (15%)
Very good knowledge of German and English, both written and spoken
Enthusiastic team of specialists
Freedom that motivates
A friendly and open working atmosphere
Good opportunities for further training
Voluntary social benefits
Your Place of work
We offer a salary in line with the market, which is based on your qualifications and professional experience. The collective agreement minimum salary for this position is 2.063,00 Euro gross per month on a full-time basis. Your actual salary will be overpaid in line with the market and is significantly higher than the collective agreement minimum salary.