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Job opening – Maintenance Technician

Looking for a unique opportunity? Come work with us!

We are looking for a Maintenance Technician for our new production line based in Fribourg.

 

Bcomp Ltd. is a young and dynamic Swiss company specialized in the development, marketing and sales of natural fibre composite solutions for high performance applications. As a key technology – the powerRibs™ – is industrialised, we are looking for a Maintenance Technician for the production line.

 

The new team member will be responsible for the production machinery and to optimise efficiency in production. It is a thermoplastic production line incl. impregnation and the end product is a natural fibre reinforcement grid. Tasks include finalising the setup and optimisation of the new production line together with the R&D team, overlooking the production line in work and identifying and solving problems.

 

Requirements: Higher education in mechanics or mechatronics, min 3 years of relevant work experience, highly organised personality. Language: German or French, basic English is a must

For more information, check out the full job description in German or French by clicking on the links below.

 

Come and work with us

 

Do you want to take part in the adventure of a young, fast moving company, which is in full development in the automotive sector? Come on board and contribute to the development of our products with your technical and practical knowledge and take part in the amazing working atmosphere of our company. We happily invite you, to send us your full application through:

workwithus@bcomp.ch

 

Full job description:

Job opening – Wartungstechniker

Job opening – Technicien en maintenance

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