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Engineer II, Manufacturing Engineering

Eindhoven, Netherlands

Job Description

Operations Engineer ( I maging A cquisition & D etection)

Location/Division Specific Information

On the MSD site in Eindhoven we develop, build and deliver innovative High End Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM’s).

The position

As an Operations Engineer within this department, you will join a motivated and hardworking team in Eindhoven. The focus of this team is on introductions of new cameras and detectors, this in collaboration with R&D and other departments, and support of a variety of released cameras and detectors that are used on our microscopes.

The primary focus of this role is to support the camera business for HE TEM in the broadest way possible. As operations engineer this is called the SPR (Sustaining Product) role. Main responsibilities are; second line solving in factory and improve product quality.

You will work together with colleague operational engineers, manufacturing, logistics, R&D, suppliers, service, and sourcing, located mainly in Eindhoven. You will however also have close contacts with departmental colleagues in Brno (CZ).

Our TEM technology enables and supports Nobel Prize-winning research and played a meaningful role in the early assessment of COVID19. The impact of your work is visible, and you will actively contribute to the latest breakthroughs in Science!

How you will make an impact?

  • Providing second line support to factory and service in case of technical problems, to ensure the shipping of high-quality systems to its customers.
  • Supports the supply chain with engineering expertise. This includes the analysis of parts for reliability, manufacturability, vendor qualification support and supplier technical quality issues. Participates in supplier audits.
  • Improve parts quality of the products by defining and implementing improvements in a structured project-based way.
  • Crafting and maintaining manufacturing tooling / documentation (e.g. work instructions), defining way of working (factory process flow) and provides training.
  • Participating in or leading New Product Introduction projects according to Product Management Process (PMP) and multi-functional Operations improvement projects.

How you will get here?

  • Bachelor or University degree in a technical area (Physics, electronics, mechatronics)
  • Confirmed experience in a high-tech industry in preferable a manufacturing engineering environment. Knowledge and/or experience with electron microscopy is huge plus.
  • Excellent communication & social skills
  • Be a collaborative team-player with hands-on and can-do mentality.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and experience with Statistical Engineering would be highly beneficial.
  • Excellent English language skills (verbal and in writing), Dutch is a huge plus.

Of course, we all know a list of job requirements is like a wish list. You list the highest priorities on top, but you know you can be surprised with items you didn’t think of yourself. The same goes for this position. Are you certain you are the ideal candidate, but you do not match every part of the requirements? We are excited to get to know you and to discuss a possible fit.

Our offer

  • Direct contract with Thermo Fisher Scientific with a competitive salary, 13th month, holiday allowance and annual incentive bonus
  • A flexible working hours arrangement
  • Excellent career progression opportunities within a growing global employer
  • Training and courses available via our Thermo Fisher University to continuously develop yourself.
  • Collaborative work in an international environment
  • Very attractive 40 holidays a year
  • This is a full-time position (40 hours). Working part-time is an option in case you’re available for at least 32 hours.

We encourage candidates that enjoy working in a diverse, multi-disciplinary, groundbreaking technology environment where personal development and team cooperation are key to success, to make the impossible à possible for our customers.

Diversity in our teams is an important element to build an effective and challenging working environment. Integrity, Intensity, Innovation and Involvement are key values that we expect of all that are part of our community.

Eindhoven, Netherlands Full-Time Internal and external

On high end Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM) different camera’s and detectors are present. My team within Operations Engineering is responsible for their quality and performance. A physics background for this role is preferred but passion and a practical and pro-active approach are key to make this role a success.

In this role you are a key player within operations. Good and clear communication is key as we do have to align with several departments and suppliers worldwide. Together with R&D and partners we work also on new developments to improve functionality and reliability of modules we are responsible for.

As part of the Operations Engineering IA&D team you focus on supporting manufacturing to ensure efficient processes and detailed introduction of new features.

As an Operations Engineer at Thermo Fisher Scientific you will be part of a passionate and hardworking team in Eindhoven working with our ground-breaking Transmission Electron Microscopes!

Our Transmission Electron Microscopy technology enables and supports Nobel Prize-winning research and played a relevant role in the early assessment of COVID-19. But our microscopes are also used for process control in for example semiconductor industry. The impact of your work is visible, and we will actively contribute to the latest breakthroughs in Science!

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