Process Engineer career story
Do you want to know what working at Rosendahl Nextrom is like? Read how our Process Engineer Väinö Laine tells us about his job, why he likes working for Nextrom and what are his hobbies.
Tell us something about your job? What is it like working as Process Engineer?
I started working in Rosendahl Nextrom nearly five years ago as a trainee in the R&D development lab while I was still doing my studies of chemical engineering. Back then, my job profile was developing the processes on different machines in the OFC preform side.
Currently my job profile consists mainly of different commissioning projects at customer site. The cycle of commissioning starts from the first meetings with the customer where the scope of the process is defined all the way to acceptance and release to production. In the middle there are many phases from functionality testing, finetuning of the process to the customer needs and specified parameters, documentation and training of the customer operators and engineers.
Process engineers are the ones the customer sees daily on site for the commissioning period and the impression the process engineer gives reflects the impression the customer will have of Rosendahl Nextrom
What is the best part of working for Nextrom?
The best part of working in Nextrom are the colleagues and teams. At Nextrom there are genuine opportunities to develop your knowledge and skills of this industry and to network with other leading professionals in the industry.
What are your hobbies? What do you like to do in your free time?
Most of my year goes abroad in different customer locations so during those times when I have a day off, I like to visit new sights and places within reasonable distances.
When I’m back home in Finland I like to spend good time with my family and friends. Good time usually includes cooking, reading, outdoor activities, exercising, socializing, watching movies and many more things.