Process Engineer

Requisition ID:  48871

Szczecin, Zachodnio-Pomorskie, PL

Work experience:  Professional
Type of position:  Full-Time
Job Family:  Quality, Health, Safety and Environment


Vestas Factory

Would you like to work with complex engineering problems, and do you have a creative approach to the next steps? Do you achieve your goals as part of a team, and does it come naturally for you to collaborate and share knowledge? We are looking for a PE Engineer who take pride in initiating and driving process changes when needed.


Manufacturing and Global Procurement>COO NCE >PE/TS Szczecin
The Technical Support (TS) team is part of the TS&Q (Technical Support and Quality) department at the Szczecin Nacelle Assembly Factory. At the factory serial production of the gigant Vestas offshore nacelle named Blue Marlin will be launched during 2024. The Technical Support team supports all operation conducted at the factory to ensure flawless execution by leading maintenance, continuous improvement and trouble shooting of the manufacturing baseline. Baseline includes work instructions, tools, Bill of Material and implementation of design changes in running production. Also supported by the TS team is lifting plans, risk assessments, assembly risk assessments (PFMEA) and quality activities in our Quality Management System.
The factory operation will be supported by a number of regional and global support functions. The local TS department has a broad corporation with several of these departments. The department is therefore a local organisation in an international environment.


  • Ownership of the processes in place for enabling manufacturing of conforming customer products including:
  • Maintenance of PWI (Product Work Instruction)
  • Drive engineering change requests if adjustments to the manufacturing baseline is needed
  • Implement engineering changes in running production
  • Participate in trouble shooting when problems in the factory processes arises
  • Ensure efficient communication to the production line when any adjustment of process is needed
  • Lead, drive and enable a strong safety and quality culture through your behavior and areas of engagement


  • Technical electromechanical background preferred. It can be mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or production engineering
  • Experience within the field of heavy industry manufacturing is highly relevant for the job role
  • Good technical understanding of mechanics and/or electrical installations is needed
  • Good technical understanding of production engineering will be positive add-on
  • Experience within other large corporate organizations - beneficial
  • Polish language skills are mandatory
  • Good communication skills and fluent in English is needed (English is the companywide language)



  • High degree of safety and quality awareness
  • Willingness to take accountability and coordinate to ensure progress on tasks
  • Have a good understanding of complex organizational setups, to efficiently communicate with your colleagues and relevant stakeholders across different cultures
  • Able to communicate with colleagues on all levels in a factory environment
  • Ability to comprehend complex problems and maintain a holistic approach to problem solving
  • Fast learning


What we offer
In our team you can expect to find a working culture that's friendly and informal and we're enthusiastic, committed and highly motivated by our purpose and our factory. We highly value co-operation, transparency and a healthy work/life balance. We're working in an exciting and innovative organization where you'll be a corner stone in regards to securing the production facilities are capable of producing as planned and agreed.
As part of a global organization, we also offer opportunities to grow and develop, both professionally and personally

Additional information
Work location: Szczecin, Brdowska 5, Poland
Travel days: up to 30 days travel mostly within Denmark the first year
For additional information if you have any further questions, you are welcome to reach out to Piotr Dąbrowski PE/TS Manager on  +48 532744002
Application deadline: 31th August 2024. We reserve the right to take down the job ad before this date if the right candidate is identified before
Start date: 1 September 2024 or before/after mutually agreed

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About Vestas
Vestas is the energy industry’s global partner on sustainable energy solutions. We are specialised in designing, manufacturing, installing, and servicing wind turbines, both onshore and offshore. 
Across the globe, we have installed more wind power than anyone else. We consider ourselves pioneers within the industry, as we continuously aim to design new solutions and technologies to create a more sustainable future for all of us. With more than 173 GW of wind power installed worldwide and 40+ years of experience in wind energy, we have an unmatched track record demonstrating our expertise within the field. 
With 29,000 employees globally, we are a diverse team united by a common goal: to power the solution – today, tomorrow, and far into the future. 
Vestas promotes a diverse workforce which embraces all social identities and is free of any discrimination. We commit to create and sustain an environment that acknowledges and harvests different experiences, skills, and perspectives. We also aim to give everyone equal access to opportunity. 
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