Electrical Designer for Switching and Control Systems

GOM is a leading innovator in the development of optical 3D metrology systems and measurement software, with a workforce currently numbering around 500. We set new standards in industrial metrology with our holistic solutions and are successful with them all over the globe. Our base of international customers includes companies from the automotive, aviation and aerospace industries as well as the consumer goods industry and their suppliers.

At our site in Braunschweig, Germany, we are currently searching for:

Electrical Designer for Switching and Control Systems (m/f/div)

What we need your expertise for

  • Design and realization of electrical circuits (machines, systems and switch cabinets)
  • Planning and CAE
  • Setup and initial operation of prototype systems
  • Troubleshooting in existing systems
  • Supplier support

Your qualifications

  • Completed professional training with further qualification as electrical engineering technician or a comparable qualification
  • Experience in planning and design using the relevant safety and machinery standards
  • Experience in switch cabinet/plant construction
  • Experience with CAE systems (e.g., EPLAN)
  • Knowledge in the fields security, robot and PLC technology

What we offer

  • Modern working environment with an appreciated Duz culture
  • Thorough onboarding and a structured training
  • Free workout in the in-house gym and health care offers
  • One of the best company restaurants in the region and free tea and coffee specialties
  • Corporate benefits with attractive employee discounts

We offer you an interesting professional challenge and a pleasant working atmosphere. We consider a thorough introduction to your new job to be key to our joint success. We look forward to receiving your complete application documents combined in one single PDF file including your earliest start date and salary expectations.

GOM GmbH
Schmitzstra├če 2
38122 Braunschweig
Germany

+49 531 390290
jobs|at|gom.com

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