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Marine Aftermarket Project Engineer

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Description

John Zink Hamworthy Combustion (JZHC) is a global leader in emissions-control and clean-air combustion systems. We back every product with decades of proven performance, unrivalled research and development capabilities, and expert service and support. Our expertise includes: burners, flares, flue gas treatment, gas recovery, thermal oxidizers, vapor control, heat transfer, combustion monitoring and turnkey services. Our customers produce the world’s energy, chemicals, and plastics, and eliminate harmful emissions from the air, water, and soil. We help them operate in a cleaner, safer and more economical way.

What You Will Do In Your Role

  • Ensure accurate and timely execution of aftermarket projects.
  • Maintain a good working knowledge of companies’ ERP systems.
  • Liaise with Sales, Purchasing and Export department to ensure timely completion of projects.
  • Ensure order executions are performed in line with company and departmental policies.
  • Provide technical support to technicians and the sales team.
  • Preparation of recommended spare parts lists.

    The Experience You Will Bring

    Requirements:

    • Ideally HNC or Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or proven experience of working in a mechanical and/or electrical sales engineering position.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word at an intermediate level.
    • Commercial awareness and good communication skills are essential.

      What Will Put You Ahead

      • Experience within the marine industry.
      • Experience working with process valves and instrumentation.

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