Automation engineer for FF HMI - Manufacturing TSR
- PLC programming;
- Support and update of Production Equipment;
- Design, calculation, simulation of modules for production equipment in compliance to product specification;
- Participate at installation of the new equipment;
- Hardware production, equipment testing according to defined requirements and specifications;
- Cooperate in the planning and the tracking of his own activities for more efficient work;
- Document the design, development process and equipment qualification result;
- System Design Methods that meets customer requirements while minimizing product cost.
- University degree in technical field: Electronics/Automation/Computers;
- Good technical knowledge of Simatic Step7, WinCC, SW Development;
- 2 years experience in programming PLCs;
- Good English knowledge;
- Results oriented;
- On-call availability.
Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2020, Continental generated sales of i37.7 billion and currently employs around 193,000 people in 58 countries and markets. In 2021, the company celebrates its 150th anniversary. The Vehicle Networking and Information business area, with its vision of "Always On," sees the vehicle of the future as a partner that supports its passengers with intelligent and secure solutions - seamlessly networked, user-friendly, convenient and smart. The business area develops and integrates components and end-to-end systems for connected mobility - architecture, hardware, software and services. With solutions for networking, human-machine interaction, user experience, high-performance computing, digital services and system integration for passenger cars, light commercial vehicles and fleets, Vehicle Networking and Information ensures stable and safe connectivity and smooth information flows for connected mobility.