SSAB - License inspector
Luleå, Sverige
Type of Employment Full-time
Job position Service technician, machine
Work model On location
Application due date 1 August 2024
Are you the one?

As a Condition Inspector at the Coke Factory, you mainly work with carrying out and developing Condition Inspection rounds.

It also includes documenting results, analyzing disturbances, proposing corrective measures and updating documentation.

Becoming part of the SSAB family means going along on a journey. A journey that we believe is crucial for the future and sustainability of the planet. Steel has been one of the most important materials for our societal development and will continue to be so in the future. In our homes, in bridges that connect our cities and in the cars of tomorrow. At SSAB, we are proud of our history and our leadership in high-strength steel. At the same time, we are aware that steel production is one of the industries that emits the most greenhouse gases in the world. That must change. We have therefore developed the world's first fossil-free process for steel production and around 2030 we will be largely fossil-free. As part of SSAB, you will be important in realizing this goal and thus contribute to a green transformation of the entire steel industry.

About the service

Your tasks include, among other things, carrying out and developing Condition Control rounds within the Coking Plant area and documenting the results from these. You assist in setting up preventive maintenance and help keep checklists for preventive maintenance up to date. As a permit inspector, you follow up, analyze disturbances and problems within your own area and propose corrective measures.

You will also contribute to keeping plant registers, drawings, spare parts, work descriptions, lubrication schedules and other documentation pertaining to the area's equipment up to date, as well as making sure to establish long-term maintenance plans.

The work includes participating in projects that work to improve the facilities' accessibility.

Your main areas of responsibility

  • Conduct and develop rounds.
  • Follows up and suggests actions.
  • Establish long-term maintenance plans.

About you

  • High school education with machine shop orientation or equivalent, preferably with vibration training.
  • If you are used to working with maintenance services or have knowledge of facilities, it is advantageous.
  • Since permit control work is largely aimed at increased personal safety and operational reliability, you must be thorough, safety-conscious and responsible.
  • Since there are customer contacts and some report writing, both internally and externally in the work, it is important that you are able to express yourself easily, both verbally and in writing.

Our offer

At SSAB, diversity and inclusion are part of our culture. We use our values ​​– driving, genuine and one step ahead – in our daily decision-making, always with the customer in focus. It makes us all team players, with a common drive to improve. When you start at SSAB, you become part of an organization with passionate problem solvers who work together on important challenges. We will support your growth by offering a safe and friendly workplace that contributes to work-life balance. At SSAB, you have the opportunity to broaden your knowledge and grow.

We offer a wide range of valued benefits to our employees. Here are some examples of that:

Profit sharing

Flexible conditions for shortening working hours

Health care allowance

The recruitment process

1. Apply

2. Interview

3. Reference taking

4. Health examination

5. Sign

Background checks may be carried out as part of the recruitment process.

Do you have questions regarding the service?

Feel free to contact recruiting manager Thomas Hansson, manager Mekunderhåll, tel. 0920-43 14 55.

Contact Thomas via email - thomas.hansson@ssab.com

We refrain from contacts from recruitment companies, advertising sellers and the like regarding this advertisement.

Trade union information is provided by the Academics' Association, the Union and the Leaders, which can be reached via our switchboard on tel. 0920-920 00.

A few words from your future boss

"As your future manager, my name is Thomas Hansson and I am manager of mechanical maintenance at the Coking Plant in Luleå. As a Permit Controller with us, you will have stimulating and varied work within the company. If you are interested, responsible and want to develop, this could be something for you. Welcome with your application."

About the employer
Becoming part of the SSAB family means joining a journey. A journey that we believe is essential for the sustainability of this planet. Steel has been one of the most important materials for developing our society and it will continue to be so. In the roofs over our heads, in the bridges connecting our cities and in the cars of tomorrow. At SSAB we are proud of our history and leadership in high-strength steel. But we are also aware that the production of steel is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world. That has to change. That is why we have developed the world’s first fossil free steel production and has committed to becoming largely fossil-free by around 2030. As part of SSAB you will be instrumental in realizing this goal and push for the green transformation of the whole steel industry. At SSAB we strive for a diverse and inclusive environment. We use our values – driven, true and ahead – in making everyday decisions, keeping the customer at the heart of what we do. This makes us all team players, each with the drive to improve. When joining SSAB you will become part of an organization of passionate problem solvers working together on important challenges. We will support your growth by providing a safe and friendly workplace that contributes to work-life balance. If you set out to achieve it, at SSAB you will have the possibility of broadening your skills and becoming a true world-class master within your field. The world needs sustainable steel – together we can make it happen.
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