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If you are trained technicians with certificates in hand, you will be able to apply for up-to-date opportunities in large enterprises, specifically for activities in plants for maintenance of machinery and calibration of measuring equipment. On April 24th, we published a publication in which 7 companies are also receiving CVs for major projects in Brazil, which you can check by accessing the article here.
The role will be in the instrumentation area, which will be responsible for executing, controlling and planning assembly of instrumentation and automation systems, in the field and in the control room. It will also be your responsibility to supervise the preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance of the control systems. Candidates must have technical education in Automation, Electrotechnics or Instrumentation and experience in the sugar area. Interested, send your CV to Psicologia@usiban.com.br, informing the name of the function and salary expectation.
The activities will consist of the installation, calibration and maintenance of valves and transmitters, along with electrical and control panels. The requirements for those wishing to apply consist of technical training in Electrotechnics, Electronics, Automation, Mechatronics, Instrumentation, Electromechanics and related fields. Knowledge of electrical controls and experience in industrial maintenance is required. Send your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave it at the company door.
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