Awareness of and compliance with all quality standards and guidelines
Establish the type of equipment needed based on customer or project requirements and specifications
Establish the process flow
Elaborate standards for organizing the work stations
Tracking of the equipment order
Offers technical support for the installation and release of new equipment
Performs process capability and capacity calculations
Establish the maintenance plan and spare parts list for the equipment
Planning and coordination of training and training material to the production department and maintenance and service department
Maintain product quality by continuous improvement of the machine processes
Technical University degree (mechanics, automatics, mechatronics, electronics)
Knowledge of electronic engineering, digital processing, industrial robotics and automation represents an advantage
Knowledge of pneumatic, electro mechanical and hydraulic controls represents an advantage
Advanced practical abilities
Fault finding ability and eliminate the cause of defects
Fluent in English; German is an advantage
PC Knowledge: MS Office it’s a must, AutoCAD and/or PLC programming is an advantage
Excellent communication skills
Analytical and organizational skills
Flexibility and mobility
Work mobile phone
Bonus according to targets completion
Leoni Wiring Systems is a part of Leoni Group, a multinational company with headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany, with a staff of 21,000 worldwide manufacturing wires, cables and wiring systems for automotive, home appliance, communication and mechanical engineering industries. As one of the market leaders, Leoni Wiring Systems has nearly 16,000 employees worldwide and is supplying some of the most prestigious clients in the automotive industry: Daimler Chrysler, BMW, Porsche, Rover, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, etc. The wiring systems division has developed rapidly in the past years due to the subcontracting tendency in the automotive industry required by fluctuating demand and a permanent request for cost reduction.
In order to consolidate its leader position Leoni Wiring Systems has decided to develop projects in Eastern Europe with production units in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine and Romania.
Due ti its strategic geographical position allowing fast delivery and a flexible work force, Romania is also an attractive country for the implementation of Leoni projects. The first Leoni unit in Romania is in Arad since 1999 employing 2,150 people supplying to Rover Group, Ford Premier Automotive Group, Aston Martin, Mc Laren, DAF.
In 2002 has started in Bistrita the building of the second Leoni unit in Romania, producing wiring systems for Daimler Chrysler and BMW.
Leoni represent a chance for all school leavers and graduates. The company is offering the possibility to learn a new job and build a career in a multinational environment.