Name / job / TGW location:
Barbara Kraxberger / Systems Engineer / Wels, Austria
My latest online order:
I did some clothes shopping.
At TGW since:
My most important piece of job equipment:
My laptop. TGW's offices are so well equipped. I do not need anything else.
My job in three words:
Creativity, accuracy, variety
Early bird or night owl?
In general, I am a late riser. However, for a skiing day trip I will turn into an early bird.
Our colleague became aware of TGW at our yearly job fair while she was still in school. She was amazed by the diversity of available jobs and the growth of the company, and a few years ago she decided to apply for a job. Shortly after, she started her job at TGW in Wels. Even if it took some time to get used to her new daily work schedule, she still holds the initial fascination for her job, her colleagues, and the company until this day.
As a Systems Engineer, one of my main tasks is to adapt our material handling machines for specific projects if they deviate from the standard. In this process, I am closely collaborating with project managers, layout creators, assemblers, and pre-assemblers.
I also create technical drawings for assembly and pre-assembly and parts lists of individual material handling machines and accessories. When a project has been implemented, we also generate spare parts documentation. At first glance, this may seem a bit dull. In practice, however, it is extremely varied since each customer order is different.
I also get to work together with other departments, which deepens my knowledge and gives me a better overall view of things.
This definitely has to be the diversity of the individual projects, even if the actual processes are more routine. Each order has its own characteristics and challenges. This is what keeps fascinating me time and time again.
In my opinion, it is important to make yourself aware that each day may be different, even if certain processes may trick you into thinking each day will be the same. The most important thing is to learn not to take work home with you. Also, do not forget that it takes time to get used to work life. It is a continuous learning process.
On a more general level, I would say the openness towards new things without any prejudice. I think this is an important skill to have in any job. In terms of my job as a Systems Engineer, I think it is the ability to construct things.
My friends, acquaintances and family members are always amazed by the fast growth TGW has experienced over the last years. The individual benefits on-site, such as the opportunity to use the fitness center, also continually impress people.
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