Work as Mechatronics mechanic automotive at AWL!

40 hours
MBO 3/4
Harderwijk, Netherlands


What do we expect?

  • A high level of enthusiasm and passion for technology!
  • A completed technical MBO-4 education and several years of experience, so that you have the knowledge to make our challenging projects a success;
  • Experience reading electrical or pneumatic diagrams, so you can always make the right decisions;
  • You are willing to travel abroad;
  • You have good communication skills and command both Dutch and English (German is an advantage).

What do we offer:

  • A good salary between €2.900 and €3.700 per month;
  • A challenging work environment in which you can develop yourself;
  • An appropriate (secondary) benefits package (according to the Collective Labour Agreement for the Metalelektro) with 27 days' holiday and 13 ADV days;
  • A generous daily allowance for working abroad.
  • A pleasant and clean work environment where you will work with great colleagues.


Nadia Bosz

Nadia Bosz

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As a Mechatronics Mechanic, you will be the key figure in building our automated automotive machines during the nominal phase. Whether it’s single welding cells or complex automated production lines, you guarantee success!

What will you do?

As a Mechatronics Mechanic, you are responsible for the careful assembly of electrical and mechanical parts, components, sensors, cabling and (sub)systems. You know how to turn this into a high-quality assembly process, bringing the machines you are responsible for to life. In the final phase of the project, you work with the team to ensure flawless transport and successful commissioning on site at our international customers. An independent role within a multidisciplinary project team. This position also offers you the opportunity to progress to Senior Mechanic!

This will be your day

7:30 You will start the day with a morning meeting at the project. Here you will discuss the work and challenges for the working day, after which you will get to work building machines with the project team.
12:00 Time to start preparing for an external job! After a brief consultation with the project team, you start collecting the required materials and prepare them for shipment.
13:00 After your break, you discover a problem that is going to hamper progress. You discuss this with your Lead Technician or Project Coordinator. You make a ticket and describe the problem in it, then follow it up.
16:00 The day flies by and it's time to clean up. You ensure a clean workplace so you can start the next working day fresh.
16:15 Time to wash hands and go home!

Your tasks:

70% Building up machines
15% Placing machines at the customer's location
10% Commissioning & optimising machines
5% Other activities
Your choice: Your strengths: Introduction