Glo­bal ­Pro­duc­t ­Ma­na­ger ­Pres­s Dry­er ­Re­el (m/f/d)

ANDRITZGraz, Österreich Vollzeit1 week ago

Your Tasks

  • Develop, align and implement business and action plans for the press, dryer and reel within the paper machine product portfolio in accordance with the overall paper & board strategy
  • Maximize sales and market share, assuring profitability and growth
  • Gain and make use of market, product and competitor knowledge to identify and evaluate new business opportunities
  • Analyze strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and define / implement action plans based on product quality profiles (value proposition)
  • Monitor and analyze product direct costs and define cost reduction measures to be implemented in pre-calculations and during order execution 
  • Support the Quality department for product monitoring cases 
  • Maintain customer contacts, collect feedback and regular support of the sales force at customer
  • Support sales and order execution in product related issues


Your Profile

  • University degree in the field of paper technology or mechanical engineering
  • Several years experience in the paper/board global context
  • Practical knowledge in paper technology, specifically in press, dryer and reel sections
  • Further experience in successful implementation of product cost reductions
  • Fluent business English
  • Strong organizational competence 


Our Offer
Andritz AG offers a secure job in an innovative and international company with long-term development opportunities. 

  • Talent & leadership programs 
  • Flexible working time model
  • Home office option (40%)
  • Various employee discounts
  • Subsidized company restaurant
  • Parking spaces & public accessibility

In Austria we are legally obliged to announce at least a gross monthly salary of € 4.066,84 for this position. Depending on qualifications and professional experience we offer you a market-based salary.

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Katharina Pötz
Human Resources