Field Service Engineer - Japan (Solar PV)

Location: Japan
Job Type: Permanent
Discipline:
Salary: negotiable
Contact: Simon Haynes
Email: email Simon
Reference: BBBH12395_1715958175
Posted: about 1 month ago

Our client, a multinational company focused in Solar and Battery Inverters utily-scale, Electrical Vehicle chargers and speed drives on an industrial scale, providing service to companies all over the globe.

They are currently searching for new team members in order to sustain its business presence in Japan and continue to provide its clients with outstanding technical support.

Operating at a global scale, the client is one of very few companies providing its clients with a 24/7 technical assistance, from Japan to the US.

With such ambitions and standards in mind, they are looking for the best commissioning experts (technicians & engineers) to join the family and contribute to making the world more sustainable than ever, one step at time.

The role


Ideal applicants will possess a wide range of skillset, of which commissioning, troubleshooting, maintenance, calibration, monitoring and repair of heavy electrical equipment. Successful applicants posseses strong electrical aptitudes and knowledge, hands-on skills and he/she is a problem solver, who is flexible and attentive to customers' needs.
Responsibilities includes but are not limited to:

  • Start-up and commissioning of solar inverters at customers'photovoltaic solar plants.
  • Diagnose and repair of faulted inverters on field, troubleshooting (replacement of FRUs, replacement of MV transformers, replacement MV switchgear, electronic boards, AC and DC fuses, fans, and filters)
    and other components.
  • Complete on time daily field reports that capture time and work completed on site.
  • Responsible of inventory parts assigned to the Technician to perform at work at the field.
  • Responsible of caring for company property such as Company vehicle, Tools, Electronical devices, and PPEs.
  • Follow procedures to provide maintenance to inverters.
  • Update software and hardware.
  • Attend warranty claim service tickets.
  • Follow up procedures of Safe Start and Safe Stop.
  • Responsible for physical installations such as connections, wiring, etc.
  • Responsible to complete Layer 1.
  • Practice and adhere to Safety and Training policies.
  • Completion of Expense Reports.
  • Travel based on operations demands.
  • Other responsibilities may be assigned.

Please provide salary expectations on application