Arkite – Service Engineer
Arkite is an Industry 4.0 technology company that develops and produces the augmented reality platform – the Human Interface Mate (HIM). This platform helps operators in production companies to work flawlessly. The Human Interface Mate is used by many customers from various sectors such as the automotive, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing. Arkite also has a global partner network and has agreements with various resellers and players in the field of industrial automation, among others.
Do you not shy away from servicing flexibly and independently our customers in Belgium and beyond? And do you want to work in a nice environment where collegiality is central? Read on about this opportunity.
As an service engineer:
You will take full responsibility for the development, optimization, monitoring and support of our Human Interface Mate installations at our clients.
You work in a team consisting of colleagues and customer staff, in order to prevent or solve possible issues and you continuously are on the look for possible improvements.
Your technical know-how and creative ideas for solutions, will also prove their worth in the presales processes.
You will be in charge of the development of our customer support and helpdesk systems in our offices in Genk, Belgium.
- You have a Bachelor or Master in electro-mechanics, industrial automation, electricity, energy, or equivalent., You are a well-organized and pro-active person., You like to be in contact with customers., You can work autonomously but also in team., You have knowledge of industrial communications: Siemens S7, Modbus, OPC UA, API, HTTP,..., You are fluent in Dutch and English, other languages are a plus (French, Spanish, German...)
A competitive salary package depending on experience.
A company car and a fuel card.
Pension plan and health insurance.
You will work in a growth company with numerous opportunities.
Collaborate with colleagues with a high professional level.
A nice state-of-the-art office and demo environment in the C-Mine in Genk.