Avoin työpaikkaFunctional Safety Specialist

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Alue: Kilpilahti, Finland
(julkaistu: 8.09.2022)

We are currently looking for a Functional Safety Specialist for our customer's project in Porvoo, Finland. The project is starting as soon as possible.

Main tasks for this position are:

  • Risk analyses and SIL determinations
  • SIL verifications
  • Functional Safety Design
  • Engineering and specialist assignments in the field of safety instrumented systems.
  • Development of Functional Safety procedures and specifications

Keys to success:

  • M.Sc. or B.Sc. in engineering or other applicable field
  • Experience in automation engineering (7+ years)
  • Knowledge of SIS automation systems and functional design
  • Self-initiative and solution seeking attitude
  • Excellent team working skills

By applying you will create your own job seeker profile and you will be a part of our candidate network. We will be able to offer you suitable job opportunities also in the future.

Please send us your CV in English. The position will be filled as soon as a suitable applicant is found.

For more information, please contact: Jonna Katavisto, Recruiter, +358 44 360 6783, jonna.katavisto@enersense.com

Enersense International Plc is a provider of zero-emission energy solutions. The company is strongly involved in supporting the ongoing energy transition and enabling a zero-emission society. The Enersense Group's turnover in 2021 was around EUR 239 million. The company has around 2,000 employees, and it operates in Finland and internationally in around 40 countries. Enersense's share is quoted on the Nasdaq Helsinki (ESENSE). The company’s website can be found at www.enersense.com.

As an Enersense employee, you will be provided with comprehensive occupational health care. We support and assist you throughout your employment, including in various logistical matters. We want you to be successful and have the possibility to develop yourself on your career path. If you wish to get a boost for your career, submit your application already today.