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Field Service Engineer

At Bombardier Transportation, our trains and rail solutions move millions of people safely and reliably around the world, every single day. Join us, and you'll be part of a global team, sharing knowledge, experience and ideas across countries and cultures, and boosting our reputation as a global leader in rail technology. Your work will have a truly human impact, connecting communities, cities and businesses, and helping people to get where they need to be. It's all about progress. Join us as a Field Service Engineer and you'll be looking at a career-defining role based in Atlanta, Georgia. As a Field Service Engineer, you will be the primary source of technical support at the site. Your responsibilities will include: - Lead and direct all maintenance, engineering, and repair activities for assigned shift, ensuring all procedures are completed safely and within established guidelines; - Develop, deliver, and document appropriate technical training to technicians and other personnel; - Develop and maintain preventive maintenance schedules for all site systems assigned; - Cooperate and support internal and external audits, provide technical support to improvements and upgrades of the system, and act as management representative as needed. Qualifications Key requirements: - Bachelor's Degree in Technical or Business field; - Five (5) years of experience in maintenance; - One (1) year minimum of experience in O&M environment; - Ability to identify, address and resolve problems both technical and situational; - Ability to understand coordinate complex technical issues; - Excellent English communication skills, both written and spoken.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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