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Assemblers in production

Voivodinovo - BULGARIA
Assemblers in production
Thanks to the growing number of distributors and partners, we have numerous customers, we are looking for suitable candidates for assemblers for our production base to be part of our team at pleasant working environment. If you want to be a part of our team, read the advertisement below.
Assemblers in production, work in Plovdiv, regular work shift
About us
Sentera is a leading manufacturer of electronics and control solutions in the HVAC industry. At the very beginning, production was limited to electronic speed controllers. Today, our product range covers various solutions that allow you to control AC or EU fans manually or automatically. From simple but reliable transformer regulators, through electronic regulators to frequency inverters. For manual control we have a wide variety of potentiometers and switches!
Our structure and Sentera as an emplоyer
You will work in our production base outside Plovdiv. This location is located between Plovdiv and village of Voivodinovo. In addition to the production area, our offices are located here, as well as our central warehouse. From here, all products are prepared and shipped to our customers, who are mainly located in Europe.
Both experienced specialists with many years of experience in the field of electronics and young people at the very beginning of their professional development will find their place in "Sentera".
We look for enthusiasm, creative thinking and positivity in our employees. If a friendly and cheerful work atmosphere, an optimistic spirit and mutual respect are important to you, we are confident that you will feel welcome at "Sentera".
Professional environment
You will join an enthusiastic team that will help you to understand the entire working process, to learn the new things and technologies very fast. The initiative, discipline, the ability to gain knowledge fast with the help of the colleagues and alone really matter. All the need equipment and material base that are needed for the smooth production process are provided.
Daily activities of the Assemblers in production
Assembly, soldering and assembly of components
Assembly of transformers
Wrapping coils
Assembly of transformers by lamination and machine welding
Placement/mounting of various electrical elements such as bushings, washers, nuts, terminals, etc.
Measuring and testing the finished transformers on the test stands provided for the purpose
Impregnation in varnish and preparation for drying of the finished products
Monitoring the quality of the product during its production
It is important to us
The candidate must have completed at least basic education
Possess dexterity, precision and attention to detail
Skills with hand tools and/or measuring instruments
Responsibility and discipline are main factors in the performance of given tasks
To carry out installation activities, observing approved installation instructions
Soldering skills are an asset
Ability to work in a team
We offer you
Full insurance employment contract
Security and long-term employment relationships
Vouchers for food and provided transport to work
Extra strong insurance
Supplementary pension insurance
Very good working environment in clean and air-conditioned premises
Regular work shift and a standard work week (Monday-Friday)
If  you are interested, you can apply for this position by submitting your current CV.
Application Guidelines

  • Please send us your motivation letter, personal CV and other relevant documents (as diplomas, certificates, reference letters, portfolios).
  • Your personal unique CV should give us a clear view of your competences and skills along with a complete chronological overview of your education, previous jobs/experiences and other activities.
  • In your motivation letter, explain why the job and company are appealing to you, make it specific, personal and convincing. Why are you the most suitable candidate?
  • Write clearly, to-the-point and structured.
  • Mention when we can contact you best for an interview. In case of an interview, prepare yourself sufficiently for an open exchange of information.
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