Valmet is the leading global developer and supplier of technologies, automation and services for the pulp, paper and energy industries. We aim to become the global champion in serving our customers.

Valmet's services cover everything from maintenance outsourcing to mill and plant improvements and spare parts. The strong technology offering includes pulp mills, tissue, board and paper production lines, as well as power plants for bio-energy production. Valmet's advanced automation solutions range from single measurements to mill wide turnkey automation projects.

Valmet's net sales in 2016 were approximately EUR 2.9 billion. Our 12,000 professionals around the world work close to our customers and are committed to moving our customers' performance forward - every day. Valmet's head office is in Espoo, Finland and its shares are listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki.

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Inspection Engineer to Valmet in Gothenburg or Tampere

Business line: EMEA
Country: Finland
Location: Gothenburg or Tampere preferred
Job description: Time for a new developing challenge? Do you want to work close to the customer and with several internal contacts in a global company? If you also want to be a central part of the product development this is the right next step for you.

Valmet is now looking for an Inspection Engineer, preferred location is in Gothenburg/Sweden or Tampere/Finland, any other Valmet key location could be considered.

Valmet is working with deliveries of environmentally friendly heat and power boilers for technically demanding fuels as well as recovery boilers and evaporation plants to the Pulp & Paper industry. Our team of inspection engineers, service engineers and metallurgy laboratory is now looking for a new colleague.

As inspection engineer, you are an important contact to customers for planned maintenance shutdown and breakdowns. You are mainly conducting status- and breakdown inspections of boilers. You are contributing in driving the shutdown forward and give proposals for immediate actions as well as actions to take during the next maintenance shutdown. You gather your observations and analysis in an end report, which is also used in the planning for the next shutdown.
You communicate your valuable insights and experience from the shutdown internally. They are very important for the further development of our technical products and create advantages when selling our products.

Major tasks:
• Inspections at site
• Customer meetings
• Writing reports
• Reporting experiences
• Analysis
• Providing feedback internally
• Technical support to customers

You will have the opportunity to travel to customers in and outside the Nordic countries.
Requirements: To be successful as inspection engineer, you have a solid engineering education and good knowledge about recovery boilers and BFB/CFB boilers. Ideally you have several years of experience from inspections. We highly value skills in material-/welding techniques. Excellent English skills are essential as well as Swedish and/or Finnish. Any other language skills are highly valued.

Most likely you have knowledge in and experience of maintenance. We see established customer network as an advantage. Your skills in written communication are an asset when writing reports, which is an essential part of the work. Furthermore, we appreciate if you have knowledge about PED, ASME and other applicable norms and standards.

You are action oriented, have a strong drive for results and your work is characterized by accuracy. You are a true team player and enjoy cooperation with direct colleagues as well as colleagues in other departments.
We offer: We offer you a friendly atmosphere with pace in an international environment and several opportunities for development.
Additional information: Do you want to know more about the position? please contact Magnus Kammerlind, Manager Inspections and Commissioning,, tel.+46 31 50 11 48.
Or Jussi Kupari, Manager Projects,, tel +358 10 676 3093, available Monday – Friday, 14-15 eastern European time.
Do you want to know more about the recruiting process? Please contact Maria Carlson, Human Resources, +46 31 50 11 02.

Interested? Please apply via the link below no later than October 1st 2017.