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Troubleshooter NTV-NOLA

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Troubleshooter NTV-NOLA


The Railway industry today is characterized by both a strong and sustained growth across the world. The trends that drive this are well known: environmental challenges, population growth, urbanization and increasing demands for mobility. With 6B€ of Sales and around 30,000 employees based in over 60 countries, Alstom develop & market the most complete range of systems, equipment and services offered today in the railway sector. Today we offer our customers solutions that feature a seamless blend of diverse technologies, ensuring optimal interfaces, along with flexible implementation and real synergy in innovation. Purpose of the Job Within the Maintenance Project, the Troubleshooting Technician are in charge of fault finding for Corrective Maintenance, that is to establish the diagnostic of failures detected in service or during maintenance. They are deeply contributing to the Reliability performance of the Enginering : by the quality of their intervention (accuracy of diagnostic to identify the root cause of the failure, accuracy of tests after intervention…) ; by the completeness of the details they communicate about these interventions, allowing the Engineering team to identify technical “anomalies” (that is impacting and/or recurrent failures generating modifications) ; by their deep involvement in investigations about the “anomalies”, always in collaboration with Train System Engineers ; by their feedback on all documentation support used in corrective maintenance. They work in shift in maintenance team. This position is located in NOLA, Campania, Italy.
November 8 on Alstom
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