Installation & Maintenance

Maintenance Technician

Passionate about tools
The Maintenance Technician’s job is focused on safeguarding, maintaining and improving the industrial facilities, while ensuring production continuity. They have a wide scope: composition, furnaces, IS machines, feeders, lehrs, Cold End lines, decoration workshops, etc. The technicians contribute directly to the company's quality processes and, together with the production teams, they play a leading role in continuously improving production tools. 
Prevention and intervention
The maintenance and monitoring of facilities upstream represents a key factor in preventing breakdowns and maintaining the company's productivity. When a breakdown occurs, the technician acts as soon as possible to prevent any impact on production. This position requires rapid action, as well as reflection and experience.  
Profile :
  • BTS Industrial Maintenance training
  • Experience in an industrial setting is desirable

Electrical technician

Automation and industrial IT
An electrical technician works on maintenance operations over all the site facilities, mainly in automation and/or industrial IT. They perform the diagnostics and define the order of priority for jobs. They record the job history on the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software. This traceability enables them to refer to earlier analysis reports so they can act and react quickly and in a suitable manner, whether the actions are to prevent or resolve issues.
Flexibility and independence
Even if technicians develop a specialty, the wide variety of facilities gives them the ability to deal with every situation. This flexibility is shown both in electrical as well as mechanical and even pneumatic problems. This job therefore requires an extremely broad knowledge of the facilities and the ability to work independently. Experience is also vital.
Profile
  • BTS Industrial Maintenance training
  • Experience in an industrial setting is desirable
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Testimonies

Eric Mouret - Mold Fitting Technician

For how long have you been doing this job? I have been in this job for eight months, after having held a cold-end position.

Why do you like this job? I like working in glass and in a mechanical environment. In this role we also have the chance to see all the stages of glass transformation, from fusion to the final product.

What made you want to join Saverglass? I was attracted by the roles that were offered. Also, one of my family members had a great career with Saverglass. Through perseverance, I got the job I wanted. I hope I will continue to see the factory running for as long as possible and will pass on this passion to my grandchildren.

 

Michael Pinchon - Maintenance Technician 

For how long have you been doing this job? I have been in the Saverglass Maintenance department since 1997. I have done all my professional training here.

Why do you like this job? the variety of the tasks and the challenge of ongoing maintenance of the production equipment is a huge motivation for me.

What made you want to join Saverglass? The prospects for my development are opened up by the acquisition of new skills relating to the quality requirements of our business.

 

Thibault Follain - Electrical technician

For how long have you been doing this job? I have held the post of electrical technician since June 2010 at Saverdec.

Why do you like this job? The autonomy, the range of required skills (electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and automation) and permanently having to adapt to the new technologies implemented is exciting!

What made you want to join Saverglass? The company allowed me to carry out my apprenticeship. Saverglass is constantly developing and that particularly motivates me. I also had the opportunity to spend three weeks at the Ras al Khaimah site in the United Arab Emirates!