A high-tech, global engineering group in Swadlincote is looking for people with a product liability background to join the team. Sandvik has a vacancy for a product liability and warranty manager within its branch in Hearthcote Road.

The company offers advanced products and services which it says enhances customer productivity, profitability and safety. The firm has around 47,000 employees and representation in approximately 130 countries, with sales of around £7.3 billion.

The product liability and warranty manager will be responsible for all the product liability management and warranty processes for one or more defined product lines. Bosses are looking for someone with the ability to take ownership and challenge everything they do in a manner that will help unlock potential.

A spokesman for the company said: "We want to change the way we view product liability and warranty management by building an enlightened department to enable our stakeholders to take ownership of their decisions which will affect the lifecycle of our machines.

"We will make this change by focusing on the product liability portfolio but also by coaching the relevant stakeholders about their responsibilities.

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"It will mean being confident and analytical to liaise with all areas of the business. Being resilient is a must in order to gather relevant information to assess claims from a technical standpoint gaining views from service and design departments as required.

"In this business critical role you will define and drive product liability for the portfolio over its lifecycle and ensure product liability knowledge is spread across the organisation, all warranty claims will be accurately recorded and articulate reports and analytical information produced to demonstrate any trends to relevant parties. You will liaise with internal and external suppliers to investigate failures and recover warranty costs where appropriate."



Travel will be required from time to time but the majority of the time will be spent at the Ballygawley or Swadlincote site.

Anyone interested in the role has until September 2 to get their applications in and more information is available here.

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