The Service Department is responsible for service and commissioning of all products delivered to our customers, local and abroad. Our products include power electronics, control systems and mechanics. In our main activity areas, EFD Induction is the largest European manufacturer of induction heating equipment.
Responsibilities and tasks
Service and commissioning of systems at the customer site
Service repairs and test in our internal workshop
Extensive travelling worldwide must be expected
Provide telephone and email support to all EFD companies and customers
Participate in on-call support.
Assist in training of customers and new employees
Promote aftersales activities
Bachelor degree or equivalent, preferably in Mechatronic or Power Electronics
Relevant craft certificate is an advantage
Service minded, proactive, quality- and solution- focused, outgoing and socially committed
Pro-active and independent approach to problem solving
Strong communication skills in Norwegian and English, both oral and written.
Effective cross-cultural communication
EFD Induction offers
A dynamic and international environment with worldwide customer base
State of the art products and technology
Inspiring customers and projects
Competitive terms and benefits
Excellent development perspectives
Our company values: Respectful, Reliable, Cooperative and Passionate
EFD Induction is an equal opportunities employer.
For further information, please contact:
Section Manager Service Erlend Piil, +47 3550 6113 or
Department Manager Thorbjørn Andersen, +47 3550 6135.
Please send your application with cover letter, references, CV and scanned certificates and diplomas to: firstname.lastname@example.org, before 17 October 2021
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