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27. September 2021
17. October 2021
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About the role
As a Process / Production Engineer at X Shore, you will play i key role in setting up our new production facility in Nyköping. You will be instrumental in the work of building our sustainable, technically top of the line and beautifully designed boats - the future of boating.
You will play a key role in assuring that we build and run our new production site in a safe, qualitiative and highly productive way. Your responsibilities include the acquisition and installation of new production equipment as well as the design of the production process and methods. This job includes problem solving together with other functions such as product development, logistics and maintenance.
Your responsibilities include:
Process Design
Requirement analysis and acquisition/ making of production equipment
Continuous Improvements
You will be based on our new production site in Nyköping.
If you are a self-propelled person with a knack for creating order from chaos and for finding constant ways of improvement this may be the job for you. You are efficient and dare to make decisions, but are also keen to involve your colleagues in order to find the best possible solution to our challenges.
We believe that you have previous experience from a similar role in the composite manufacturing industry and most likely a university degree from process/mechanical/production engineering.
You communicate fluently in both Swedish and English.
And of course you are share our values when it comes to sustainability.
We review applications on an ongoing basis, so don't hesitate to apply.
About X Shore
X Shore is the world's first high-end electric craft, where design, technology and sustainability are combined to create a unique experience. Through the development of our all-electric luxury boats, we embrace the long tradition of maritime craftsmanship while discarding the dirty institution of fossil fuels. This is your opportunity to work for the company that is going to disrupt the marine tech industry.
Read more at www.xshore.com.

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