Student Worker, Production Technology
Are you passionate about green technology and are you eager to get hands-on experience with production materials and equipment? If yes, then you could be one of our new Student Workers.
You will be a part of our Production Technology team reporting to the Head of Production Technology. In this team, we set up advanced engineering equipment to produce fuel cell stacks and methanol reformers. As one of a few student workers in the group, you will be taught to operate quality control equipment within a mechanical, electrical, and chemical area. As you will be trained to perform the job tasks, we do not expect you to know all the areas beforehand, but we do expect you to have a basic technical understanding from your studies. Studies within engineering or science are an advantage in the application process.
You are currently studying Marine or Technical Engineering and are interested in a student job where you can utilise your theoretical knowledge and get some hands-on experience. The job will be 10 hours per week and is expected to be three hours two afternoons/evenings plus additional four hours in weekends per week.
- As a person, you can work both independently and in a small team
- You are structured and energetic
- You are accountable for your work
- You have a flair for details without losing the overview
- As the corporate language at Blue World Technologies is English, you must control the English language both verbally and in writing
Being part of our team
At Blue World Technologies, we are on a mission to provide a green alternative to combustion engines to support the green transition worldwide. Working for Blue World Technologies, you will make a difference – for the company, colleagues, and the World. We do what it takes to create results while remaining dynamic and flexible. We achieve this by having a strong set of values that are centred around our team. Blue World Technologies is an inclusive and flat organisation where the best argument wins.
Information and apply
Apply for the position by sending your CV and motivation letter to email@example.com – subject “Student Worker, Production Technology” no later than 24 June 2022. We will interview candidates on an ongoing basis, so please do not hesitate to send us your application. For further information regarding the position, please contact Head of Production Technology, Jakob Bork on mobile: +45 61 30 18 89.
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