Commissioning engineers: commissioning and assembling machines and plants worldwide
The tasks of commissioning engineers are varied and highly demanding. They manage the commissioning of plants and machines of different industries and are responsible for on-site project management, sometimes even on a global scale. Furthermore, their range of tasks includes coordination, repair and maintenance activities, the elimination of malfunctions as well as technical customer support.
Which opportunities do commissioning engineers have on the labour market?
Commissioning engineers can work in various industries. They should possess a technical qualification but do not necessarily need a degree in commissioning engineering. Industrial mechanics, mechatronics engineers, electricians or electrical engineers who have a relevant technical qualification can also work as commissioning engineers. Commissioning engineers have a wide variety of interesting tasks and, due to a strongly expanding market, good development opportunities. Get in touch with us – we will be happy to help you get the most out of your skills and qualifications!