A co-operations engineer is responsible for performing tasks related to solving operational problems in an organization. They work to ensure that all processes and functions are working properly and that they meet the company or factory specifications. They are usually involved in repairs and upgrades of machines, handling maintenance of equipment, and optimizing processes to ensure they are running smoothly.
Co-operations engineers work hand in hand with other engineers to ascertain all operations run smoothly. They usually work in different industries, including manufacturing, construction, facilities, and computer networking. A successful co-operations engineer should have technical computer skills, leadership skills, communication skills, and analytical skills.
Co-operations engineers typically work 40 hours a week. In instances where they are required to deliver on urgent projects, they may work extra hours.