Service Engineer Intern – 1991

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Industry: Software photoplotters and direct imaging systems

Job Description:
Installation of new Direct Imaging Equipment on customer site
Support Direct Imaging Equipment and Laser plotters (hard- and front end software)
Service Direct Imaging Equipment and Laser plotters (hard- and front end software)
Telephone and remote support to customers from the office
One of the headquarters of the is in Japan. Thus, some meetings and customers require someone who speaks Japanese fluently.Measurable results expected from the intern:
– Quality in the support for clients
– Meetings in Japanese attended and ability to translate and communicate the right message
– Support and Service in Engineering field

Salary: EUR 1,200.00
Duration: 1 year
Expected Start Date: ASAP
Requirements: The company is looking for someone who would stay with them for as long as possible (after the traineeship as a normal employee). A person who speaks fluently English, Japanese and have a background in Engineering.


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