What did you do before worked at NESS?
I worked as a process engineer in the packaging industry for almost 10 years. I planned, designed and commissioned filling systems for dry and liquid products. I was also able to gain some experience in management tasks.
Why did you decide to work for NESS?
Because NESS offered me exactly what I was looking for: I got the opportunity to familiarise myself with new topics, to develop myself further and to learn new things.
I was also attracted to working in a regional, family-run company that operates worldwide.
What is your working day like at NESS? What are your daily tasks?
My tasks are wide-ranging. My basic task is to close the interface between the process engineering design and the electrical department. This includes, for example, creating functional descriptions of the plants and deriving project-related documents, but also creating plant programming.
In addition, on-site customer visits, remote access via computer or service issues are also part of my daily work.
What has been your best moment at NESS?
There have been many wonderful experiences during my time at NESS so far. Be it the first engine turning on the first assembly, the recruiting video shoot or the lunch break walks with colleagues.
The moment that impressed me most, however, was when I realised that I was sitting in Remshalden but controlling a system almost 9000 km away in Thailand at the touch of a button or mouse click.
What qualities do new work colleagues at NESS need to fit into the work culture?
New colleagues should be open, committed, communicative team players who enjoy working in a medium-sized company.
How do you describe the atmosphere at NESS?
A healthy mix of professionalism, family atmosphere and fun at work.
What makes NESS as an employer special to you?
Besides the fact that NESS serves the global market with about 100 employees, I find the high vertical range of manufacture in the company particularly extraordinary.
Describe NESS in 3 words
Remstal Global Player