Production Engineer Jobs
How to Enter
To increase your chances of becoming a Production Engineer in New Zealand, it’s recommended to complete either a Bachelor of Engineering Technology, specialising in Mechanical Engineering, or a Bachelor of Engineering, specialising in Mechanical or Process Engineering.
The typical job responsibilities of a Production Engineer can include the following:
- Operating and maintaining, small-to-large Oil & Gas machinery
- Identifying ways to improve machinery and processes
- Ensuring production is running to schedule
- Ensuring all regulatory and Health & Safety standards are adhered to
- Training and managing new Engineers
Most Production Engineers can develop their careers by moving into other specialist areas of engineering, such as Mechanical, Maintenance, or Automation, or head into a Sales-based role. Alternatively, Engineers who find passion in leading others can progress onwards to management and work their way towards becoming Production or Maintenance Manager.
50K – 80K per annum (NZD)
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