ABB Nigeria Vacancies: Drives Service Engineer

Posted on :

13 Feb, 2010

Category :

Engineering Jobs in Nigeria

ABB Nigeria has been established in Nigeria since 1977 with its headquarters located in Abuja FCT. We have a branch office in Lagos as well as various site/project offices located around the country. ABB Nigeria is recruiting for a Drives Service Engineer.

Drives Service Engineer

Summary of responsibilities: Our Drives Service Engineer offer field service and technical support for our customers regarding ABBLV and MV drives.

  • You will manage and execute service contract and be involved in the completion phase of electrical and drives system upgrades including testing, start-up and commissioning.
  • You will provide sales support to customers and to sales personnel.
  • You will install and commission electrical drives and motor controls while integrating drives and controls with relevant automation systems.
  • You will troubleshoot, maintain, and provide onsite technical support for customers.

Role profile:

  • A diploma or degree in Electrical / Electronic Engineering with a minimum of 2 years in experience in on-site testing, commissioning, troubleshooting and maintenance on variable speed drives.
  • Sound knowledge in maintenance methodology, computerised maintenance system automation and PLC.
  • Knowledge of process industries such as oil & gas, petrochemical and cement.
  • High proficiency in information technology. Basic knowledge of operation of electric motors.
  • Ability to manage drives upgrades and replacement related jobs independently.
  • Ability to deal timely with escalating critical issues which require higher skilled technical support

Method of Application:

Forward application and CV as one document in MS Word or PDF format to include your 5×7 passport photo to [email protected] indicating your name and position you are applying as subject line. e.g Atoo Kurugh, Service Engineer.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Deadline: 19th February, 2010.

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