16 Apr 2013

Full-Time Product Development Engineer

Oilon Home Ltd – Päijänne Tavastia, Finland

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Job Description

A significant global market position in its field acquired Oilon Group is an environmental and energy technology company. We manufacture and market burners for liquid and gaseous fuels, including power plants, industrial, hazardous waste incineration, thermal plants and ships.

Oilon business includes also a strong industrial heating and cooling solutions as well as various real estate solutions for heating, such as heat pumps, burners and solar thermal collectors. The Group has its own foreign sales offices in four countries and a network of distributors around the world. More than 70 million.

the majority of our revenue comes foreign operations. The Group employs about 350 people.

We are looking for Hollola you, PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER heat pumps in the design and testing tasks include – technical solutions, innovation, together with the product development team, development of new products and existing products, the competitiveness of continuous improvement – for laboratory testing, test equipment development and the standard of the – product updates for the organization and production of the export task success requires – a creative problem-solving skills – the systematic and careful grip testing – ability to control the thermodynamic and cold technological processes, both in theory and in practice – the appropriate technical training (DI or engineer) – enthusiasm and initiative, as well as co-operation and pressure resistance – in Finnish and English language skills offer – a challenging and varied role in a growing field of environmental technology the company – the different areas of skilled experts working community.

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Job Categories: IT Jobs in Finland. Job Types: Full-Time.

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