We’re hiring!

Librixer is looking for an engineer in mechanics with a few years’ experience of bringing advanced mechanical equipment from manufacture to customer delivery. You will have your main location in our head office in Mölndal (a few kilometers south of Gothenburg) and report to the CTO who is located in Höganäs (close to Helsingborg in southern Sweden).

Librixer is based on a proven world unique technology for comminution of  materials. At present we are ten employees and driven by a strong entrepreneurial culture and forward thinking in the task to develop and market our fantastic technology.

Who are you?
Your background can be high school diploma in mechanics with some years of relevant experience, or a Bachelor/Master of Science in Mechanics (or corresponding) with a few years of experience. You must enjoy  working in a flexible organization with a substantial amount of creativity and a lot of room for contribution. Our products have a high level of advanced mechanical content so you have an interest in mechanical design and commercialization  in particular  solutions for maximation of  reliability to meet demanding up-time requirements from our customers.

The position offers some travelling domestic and  international. Librixer’s Test Center is located in Skillingaryd (south of Jönköping) in Sweden. with global ustomers and partners.

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About Librixer.

Librixer redefines sustainability by offering continous comminution of different materials through a dry, moist or wet processes via an energy-efficient technology process – with zero-emission and no processing agents or chemicals. Or as we like to put it: It’s a lean, clean anti-greenwashing machine. We like to say that we offer a completely different level of sustainability. When you want to make a real impact, but not leave any footprint. By rethinking common ways and not settling with just changing the rules, we strive to remake the whole sustainability-game.

Are you ready to become liberated?