Position – Mechanical/Electrical-Junior Executive
Company – Siemens Limited
Location – Thane, Maharashtra, IN
We’re enhancing the way we live and work by intelligently connecting energy systems, buildings, and industries!!
Smart infrastructure from Siemens makes the world a more connected and caring place – where resources are valued, where the impact on the world is considered, where sustainable energy is delivered reliably and efficiently. It provides the flexible infrastructure to allow society to evolve and respond to changing conditions. Technology and the ingenuity of people come together to be at one with our environments and to care for our world. We do this from the macro to the micro-level, from physical products, components, and systems to connected, cloud-based digital offerings and services. Siemens offers a broad portfolio of grid control and automation; low- and medium-voltage power distribution, switching and control; and building automation, fire safety, and security, HVAC control, and energy solutions.
This is your role. What part will you play?
- Prototype assembly/construction for various R&D Projects related to VCB, Panel, Earthing switch, etc
- Construction of functional assemblies to prototypes and or complete prototype according to the R&D project requirements.
- You have good knowledge of basic subjects of Mechanical/Electrical Engineering.
- Understanding of manufacturing processes, support & coordination within the team.
- Feedback with technical problem description of assembled prototype and or components to the R&D Engineer.
- Infrastructure handling such as material movement, handling of battery-operated pallet truck, cranes, drilling machines including maintaining the 5S system in prototyping area.
- Fulfillment and implementation of requirements of industrial health and safety as well as environmental protection.
- Preventive maintenance of infrastructure/tools /equipment.
- Inhouse test preparation like temperature rise, dielectric, mechanical, etc.
- You should be flexible and self-motivated and independently handle the assigned task.
Use your skills to move the world forward
- You should be a Diploma in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering. Fresher.
- Experience required – 1-2 Years
This role is based in Kalwa, where you’ll get the chance to work with teams impacting entire cities, countries – and the shape of things to come.
Make your mark in our exciting world of Siemens
We’re Siemens. A collection of over 379,000 minds building the future, one day at a time in over 200 countries. We’re dedicated to equality and we welcome applications that reflect the diversity of the communities we work in. All employment decisions at Siemens are based on qualifications, merit, and business need. Bring your curiosity and imagination, and help us shape tomorrow.
Find out more about Smart Infrastructure at: https://new.siemens.com/global/en/company/topic-areas/smart-infrastructure.html and about Siemens careers at: www.siemens.com/careers
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