Global Remote Monitoring Specialist
Sandvik AB
Tampere, Finland
5d ago

GLOBAL REMOTE MONITORING SPECIALIST

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a global leading supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries.

Application areas include rock drilling, rock cutting, crushing and screening, loading and hauling, tunnelling, quarrying and breaking and demolition.

In 2019, sales were approximately 45 billion SEK with about 14,000 employees within continuing operations.

In Division Parts & Services we think that people tell you stories about quality, commitment and innovation. But for the real story, take a close look at the numbers.

In an industry where an hour of downtime can cost thousands, Sandvik 365 parts and services can save you millions, with around-the-clock service, qualified engineers and genuine parts on demand.

We are now looking for a Global Remote Monitoring Specialist to support growing demand for remote monitoring and analytics.

Location of this role is flexible.

Your role

To analyse and interpret machine data from frontline operations and provide technical insights into machine performance which supports the frontline organisation to create robust RCA reports and recommendations for improving the performance of equipment based on the data insights.

The role is part of a Data Science team who improve and create new predictive models and who work closely with engineering teams to provide valuable input to machine design in new product development.

Your main responsibilities will include

Perform remote monitoring of customers fleet in terms of telemetry, maintenance, logistics data to ensure the optimal performance of the fleet.

Provide valuable input to technical leadership at all levels of the mines with special emphasis on interacting with Operations and Maintenance crews.

Statistically analyse equipment / asset performance to assess functional system reliability, asset availability, equipment maintainability, process safety & environment.

Translate reliability opportunities into bottom-line cost savings & top-line growth, i.e. implement reliability improvement programs / processes and high-impact projects to deliver bottom-line cost reductions.

Promote technical, systemic, human / behavioural reliability improvement factors across sites.

Support the continued development and administration of analytical platforms and applications designed to improve reliability centred data reporting, analysis, and decision layer visualization and reports.

Your skills and qualifications

You have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering. A Master’s degree would be an advantage. You have curiosity to explore new ideas and develop them into robust solutions in collaboration with customers and the global team.

You have advanced knowledge of machine operations and performance in a mining or industrial environment and you are proficient in mining equipment maintenance applications.

You have advanced MS Office skills and a working knowledge of reading and interpreting mechanical, hydraulic and electrical schematics.

You are proficient at interpreting results from complex technical analyses and present results in a form that is understood and actionable by operations, product or marketing stakeholders.

You are proficient in heavy duty equipment maintenance and applications, have strong electrical skills and a basic understanding of data visualisation tools.

You have experience machine telemetry solutions and you have proficient knowledge of mobile equipment operations and processes.

You are highly analytical and you have solid working experience with machine telemetry solutions. Your background as a Service Technician or Engineer is highly desirable.

You are confident in presenting to different audiences, influencing others, and collaborating across organizations, cultures, and geographies.

As the organization is a global player, you naturally need well-developed English skills. International travel will be required.

At Sandvik, we encourage an inclusive working environment and strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspective and background will lead to a better environment for our employees, our business and thereby, our customers.

What is in it for you?

We offer you an interesting role in an international business environment, extraordinary products, great colleagues and opportunities for your professional development.

At Sandvik, we believe that diversity of experience, perspective and background will lead to a better environment for our employees, our business and, thereby, our customers.

We have an inclusive company culture where our values are Innovation, Fair Play, Customer Focus and Passion to Win. Visit our stories hub, LinkedIn or Facebook to get to know us better.

Contact information

For further information about this position, please contact : Esa Mattila, Productivity & Reliability Centre Manager, Parts & Services Division, esa.mattila sandvik.com

For more information about the recruitment process, please contact HR Services Finland, tel. +358 (0)800 1 44444.

Application

Send your application and CV no later than 20th November 2020.

When applying in our system, please make sure to also attach your cover letter when asked to upload your resume.

Read about Sandvik and apply at home.sandvik / careers.

Job ID : R0019920

Prior to this recruitment, we have already decided which advertising channels and marketing campaigns we wish to utilise and we respectfully decline any contact from marketing or recruitment agencies regarding additional channels or campaigns.

Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety.

  • We hold world-leading positions in selected areas tools and tooling systems for metal cutting; equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries;
  • products in advanced stainless steels and special alloys as well as products for industrial heating. In 2019, the Group had approximately 40,000 employees in more than 160 countries within continuing operations.

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