A steady flow of information: what an industrial mechanic actually does.
Want to get your career as an industrial mechanic up and running? Or drive it forward without any errors or downtime? Then Wolf PVG – an operating division of the Melitta Group – is exactly the right place for you. This highly specialized systems supplier for vacuum cleaner and industrial filter technology is always looking for industrial mechanics to ensure trouble-free production processes.
But what exactly does an industrial mechanic do? And what are the career prospects for industrial mechanics looking forward? Our detailed look at the job profile and tasks of an industrial mechanic aims to shed some light...
Running smoothly: the task of an idustrial mechanic.
One thing’s for sure: dust will always need vacuuming! All the more important then that Wolf PVG can guarantee a steady flow of goods to retailers and end consumers. And this is why the industrial mechanic is so important. With their technical expertise, wealth of specialist knowledge, and considerable powers of concentration, they ensure that production is uninterrupted and the supply chain of vacuum cleaner bags and accessories is unbroken.
The most important aspect of the industrial mechanic’s role at Wolf PVG is making sure that everything has been done to guarantee the trouble-free production of dust filter bags. After all, production is almost always on “stand-by” – and must be ready to run smoothly at all times. It goes without saying therefore that excellent computer and programming skills are also required.
However, industrial mechanics are not only focused on the big picture. Their tasks also include:
- Precision toolmaking: production of special assembly aids, machine parts, or test equipment for use in extreme temperature environments.
- Machine and plant construction: producing, or rebuilding and installing, parts and sub-assemblies for use in machines and production lines.
- Production technology: construction of parts and equipment, as well as the monitoring and enhancing of manufacturing processes.
- Maintenance: taking on repair and maintenance work, as well as eliminating errors and malfunctions.