If you are coming in at an entry level, you would start as a service technician, carrying out a variety of on- and off-site tasks, for example:
- Installation and commissioning
- Engineering and consulting
- Advanced services
- Upgrades and retrofits
- End-of-life services
Once you have gained sufficient experience, you advance to a service specialist role, providing technical support and solving problems in your own area of expertise. Depending on your skills and experience, you might also lead a service team, managing overall project performance.
At the next level, as a senior service specialist/engineer, you use your deep expertise to understand our customers' strategic needs, develop recommendations based on sound engineering practices and then implement solutions, locally and/or globally.
At the most senior level, you will be an internationally recognized leader and contributor in your field. You use your expertise to advise management and customers on advanced service solutions. You also act as a mentor, supporting service specialists at other levels.
You could also work as a service project manager, using your highly developed project management abilities to solve specific technical problems in a local or global environment.