What's the role?
We are currently looking for a customer focused Field Engineer to join our Auckland Based team.
As a Field Engineer, you'll be working with our customers, sales teams, contractors and designers to drive the sales of specific products.
Who is Hilti?
Hilti has over 30,000 employees over 120 countries. The world will truly be your oyster.
What does the role involve?
You will focus on maximising the sales potential of Hilti products and services through specification with selected customer groups and projects. You will provide technical support and training to the company's personnel and customers, to ensure the delivery of a high-quality engineering support service at all times.
You will also be accountable for the technical training, advisory, calculations and onsite testing & inspections for specifiers and customers.
What do we offer?
We offer opportunities around the world and also to further your Engineering Career in New Zealand.
Why should you apply?
Your role will have a supportive team network and flexible work conditions. This paired with Hilti's international brand and strong values of Courage, Integrity, Teamwork and Commitment, you wont regret it!
What you need is:
- Degree in Civil, Structural or Mechanical Engineering is essential
- Experience in a commercial environment
- Enthusiastic, proactive and self-reliant person with good communication skills
- Knowledge of the construction industry preferred but not essential
- React quickly to a changing environment with the ability to work under pressure and work independently
- Ability to read and understand blueprints, construction specifications, and technical documents
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Suite
- Great command of written and spoken English
- Valid full New Zealand driving license
“I love the fact that my job isn’t just technical. It involves planning and dealing with people too. The culture is brilliant. It’s challenging, yes, but it’s friendly and welcoming too. It’s all about teamwork, and your ideas are really taken on board.”