What does a typical day look like for you and what are you currently working on?
A typical day starts around seven o clock in the morning. I go through what planned stops there will be during the day and what tasks we must do on the machines. Thereafter, I start preparing materials and tools etc. The typical tasks are upgrading or improving the current facility or other preventative maintenance measures such as inspection for damaged electrical equipment, cables, sensors etc. Some days includes unplanned stops (breakdowns), urgent repairs and or troubleshooting on the machines. The days can differ a lot, which I appreciate very much. Under normal circumstances the day ends around four o clock in the afternoon. I am currently working a little bit more towards the estate jobs, new installation of power outlets and new or upgraded lighting.
What do you like most about your job? What’s the best with working at Gränges?
What I like most is that none of the days never look the same. There is always new tasks and it can vary a lot; therefore, you learn something new nearly every day. You are never getting tired of doing the same thing every day.
If you could change one thing about working here, what would it be?
I wish we had more time to drink coffee and “fika”.
What do you do when you’re not at work?
On my free time I like to work on cars and sometimes on my boats. Another big interest of mine is fishing, especially during summer and early spring.