JBT Corporation

  • Service Engineer

    Job Locations TH-Bangkok
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/9/2018 12:09 AM)
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  • Overview

    • To provide after sales service to customer specializing in Mechanical field. .
    • To exercise the customer relationship management for those customers with FoodTech product lines based in Thailand or A/P as well as other areas nearby as appropriated.
    • To coordinate with the customers on the spare parts concerns and boost up spare part sales for FoodTech product line.
    • To be a customer’s main contact for any queries or assistance for JBT machine- all project/product line from those customers in the covering areas.


    • Will be responsible for servicing entire FoodTech range of equipment for electronics/ Mechanical issues jointly with mechanical service engineer.
    • To be responsible for the upcoming installation projects and proceed on under warranty services for the machine installation based in Thailand and A/P.
    • To provide the technical support such as inspection, maintenance visits, etc. covering FoodTech Products.
    • To take a lead role by dealing strategically to cope with customer?s requirement.
    • Any other jobs as to be assigned.


    •  Minimum Diploma in Engineering preferably in Mechanical / Electrical field
    • At least 5 years experience in working with equipment as Service Engineer in Food / Pharmaceutical / Chemical industry or as Maintenance Engineer of the Process industry
    • Self-independent but as well as being team player
    • Able to travel (85%)and work at flexible hours as the job may require
    • Should be willing to travel and be away from home for extended period
    • Good command of written and spoken English
    • Computer literacy – able to operate Ms. Windows XP, Ms. Office and other related computer programming would be advantage
    • Car driving license L and V
    • Preferably male, age above 30 years old


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