Careers

BBC Technologies is on the lookout for highly skilled, ambitious individuals with the ability to think outside-the-box to join our team in delivering innovative technology solutions around the world. With offices worldwide BBC Technologies offers opportunities for development over a wide range of career paths and challenge in a fast-paced but rewarding environment. Whether you are an experienced professional or a recent graduate, if you are driven by unique challenges, we invite you get in touch with us and send your curriculum vitae to careers@bbctechnologies.com

Current Vacancies:

Field Service Technician –  Chillán, Chile

BBC Technologies is looking for energetic and highly mobile employees for in-field customer support work in 30 countries around the world, initially travelling abroad for up to 10 months of the year.

It is advantageous if you have electrical/mechanical engineering or machine repair experience, however, we are willing to give this opportunity to entry candidates who show an exceptional readiness to learn and travel.

You must have a clean criminal record and a valid drivers license and a valid Chilean passport.

The role involves:
Global travel
Performing machine installations, routine maintenance and fixing breakdowns.
Working as a team.
Working individually.
Travelling up to 10 months of the year.

You are paid a base salary + travel allowance to cover food and accommodation (we cover all travel costs).

Please email a cover letter and resume to: careers@bbctechnologies.com

Click here to apply.

 

Field Service Technician –  Hamilton, New Zealand

BBC Technologies is looking for energetic and highly mobile employees for in-field customer support work in 30 countries around the world, initially travelling abroad for up to 10 months of the year.

It is advantageous if you have electrical/mechanical engineering or machine repair experience, however, we are willing to give this opportunity to entry candidates who show an exceptional readiness to learn and travel.

You must have a clean criminal record and a valid drivers license and a valid New Zealand passport.

The role involves:
Global travel
Performing machine installations, routine maintenance and fixing breakdowns.
Working as a team.
Working individually.
Travelling up to 10 months of the year.

You are paid a base salary + travel allowance to cover food and accommodation (we cover all travel costs).

Please email a cover letter and resume to: careers@bbctechnologies.com

Click here to apply.

 

HR Assistant/PA –  Hamilton, New Zealand

BBC Technologies is a fast-growing, internationally-focused business lead by a team of committed and passionate professionals. We are a team that likes to have fun; we truly live the meaning of “work hard play hard” and we are looking for a HR Assistant/PA to join us. To be successful on this team you will need to be flexible; able to adapt to a rapidly-changing landscape with continuous pressure from a demanding global customer base.

We are looking for hard working, talented and committed individuals with the horsepower to keep up with our team–if this isn’t you, please don’t apply. You will need to act proactively and without guidance while understanding the needs and characteristics of people with whom you work with. You will ensure a fluid work environment within the office of the CEO you support. You will need to use initiative and good judgment; work independently with little supervision and maintain strict confidentiality.

Tasks and responsibilities:

HR Support – 60% of role:
Posting job ads for positions in around the world.
Phone screening applicants around the world.
Keeping applicant spreadsheets and filing up to date.
Conducting applicant testing
Conducting pre-screen in-person interviews.

PA to CEO – 40% of role:
Travel arrangement – including visa’s.
Professional writing skills – you will be required to send emails in the CEO’s stead, summarising reports.
Attending SMT meetings as a note taker.
Reporting to the CEO
Screen and direct phone calls and distribute correspondence

Our ideal candidate will have:
Proven working experience as a personal assistant or executive assistant
Excellent MS Office 365 knowledge and English proficiency
Outstanding organisational and time management skills
Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Discretion and confidentiality
High school degree is required. Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
Spanish speaking strongly preferred
Understanding of international business, including trade and export, preferred

Please email a cover letter and resume.

Click here to apply.

 

Graduate Research Engineer – Level 1 –  Hamilton, New Zealand

BBC Technologies is a fast-growing, internationally-focused business lead by a team of committed and passionate professionals. We are a team that likes to have fun; we truly live the meaning of “work hard play hard” and we are looking for a Research Engineer to join us. To be successful in this team you will need to be flexible; able to adapt to a rapidly-changing landscape with continuous pressure from a demanding global customer base.

This role will interest you if you are an intelligent, inquisitive person with a multi-disciplinary background in engineering and research. This role will see the successful candidate involved with mechanical, software, electrical and pure science research and development – it is a true Mechatronics role with an additional research component. Our tightly-knit, dynamic R&D team is a great place to start a career with room to grow.

We are looking for hard working, talented and committed individuals with the horsepower to keep up with our team–if this isn’t you, please don’t apply. This is a true ‘Mechatronics’ role with aspects of Electronics, Electrical, Software and Mechanical Engineering as well as a background of Science and Research.

Tasks and responsibilities:
· Design and construct experimental/test rigs.
· Evaluate novel sensing technologies and be part of their commercial development.
· Determine optimal designs through experimental iteration.
· Support the Science program through hands on work.
· Become an expert in our machines.
· Use analytical techniques to consider experimental results.

Our ideal candidate will have:
· An inquisitive, hardworking nature.
· Strong logical and numeric reasoning ability.
· Strong mathematics/statistics/modelling skills.
· Strong communication skills.
· Experience with software and firmware development.
· Experience with mechanical design.
· Experience with electrical and electronic design.

New graduates and applicants with limited experience are encouraged to apply. Applicants that are finishing University this year will also be considered for a start date at the conclusion of their studies.

Please email a cover letter and resume.

Click here to apply.

 

Purchasing Manager –  Hamilton, New Zealand

  • Researching potential vendors
  • Comparing and evaluating offers from suppliers
  • Negotiating contract terms of agreement and pricing
  • Build and implement strategic supplier relationships that deliver cost reduction, supply assurance, quality improvement and innovation

We are looking for a Purchasing Manager to manage a small team purchasing parts and consumables  that are essential for our company’s day-to-day operations. You will review prices and quality and ensure optimal stock levels.

Purchasing Manager responsibilities include evaluating vendors, negotiating contracts and preparing reports (e.g. on orders and costs.) For this role, you should have good knowledge of market research, along with solid analytical skills to make sure you’re identifying the most profitable offers.

Ultimately, you’ll create and maintain good relationships with key suppliers to ensure merchandise is high quality and delivered on time.

Tasks and responsibilities:
Research potential vendors
Compare and evaluate offers from suppliers
Negotiate contract terms of agreement and pricing
Track orders and ensure timely delivery
Review quality of purchased products
Enter order details (e.g. vendors, quantities, prices) into internal databases
Maintain updated records of purchased products, delivery information and invoices
Prepare reports on purchases, including cost analyses
Monitor stock levels and place orders as needed
Coordinate with warehouse staff to ensure proper storage
Standardization and driving efficiency
Focus on total cost reduction and supply optimization
Work with key stakeholders and Legal teams to establish supplier agreements
Seek/Develop/Source alternative solutions and processes to support the innovation agenda

Requirements:
-Proven work experience as a Purchasing Officer, Purchasing Agent or similar role for a multinational company
-Must be able to grasp operations economics & cost drivers
-Good knowledge of vendor sourcing practices (researching, evaluating and liaising with vendors)
-Solid understanding of supply chain mechanics, forecasting and costing
-Solid financial analytical skills, with the ability to create financial reports and conduct cost modeling and cost analyses
-Strong organizational, execution and negotiating skills
-Degree in Procurement, Engineering, Supply Chain, Operations or Finance; MBA preferred.
-Capability to build a strong network and relationships with cross functional within all levels of the organization
-Strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills

Preferred Qualifications:
Spanish Speaking
Mandarin Speaking

Click here to apply.

 

Graduate Design Engineer – Electrical –  Hamilton, New Zealand

 

We are currently working on a number of very interesting projects and require a graduate engineer with strong technical abilities to join our Hamilton based R&D team. This position offers a fantastic opportunity for a creative engineer looking for a true design role.

Our team takes conceptual ideas and develops them into production machines for a competitive market. Our hi-tech automated sorters and fillers incorporate complex control systems therefore the position will appeal to engineers with either electrical or mechatronics backgrounds.  A successful candidate will participate in the design, build and commissioning stages of the machine development.

Tasks and responsibilities:

  • New machine design including proof of concept testing.
  • Refine / improve the design of existing products for both performance and manufacturing.
  • Produce detailed manufacturing drawings and create and update Bills of Material.
  • Maintain a high level of revision control within our vault database.
  • Produce engineering documentation pertaining to product design and its operation. E.g. Reports, design proposals, design history notes.
  • Commissioning and testing of new designs which usually require travel overseas. Typically 2 to 3 months per year will be spent overseas.

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification (electrical, electronics, or mechatronics).
  • A passion for machine design with strong electrical engineering skills.
  • Familiarity with industrial control systems and electronics and with electrical/electronic design software.
  • Programming skills with embedded electronic systems.
  • Be self-motivated with an ability to communicate well with the wider design team and with production management and workshop staff.
  • The ability to travel overseas without restriction.

In return we offer:

  • Diverse, interesting and challenging projects.
  • A great team environment.
  • Negotiable salary package based on skills and experience.

    Click here to apply.