Assembler – Assemblagemedewerker – Transmission Electron Microscopy
Check out these videos to get more insight in what it means to work on our complex High-Tech Transmission Electron Microscopes. These high-end tools are being produced in our cleanrooms in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
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Inside the Titan Transmission Electron Microscope
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The production team is charged with the delivery of complex electronic systems on time with the defined product quality. The assembly team works to achieve production goals through the values of safety, quality, on-time delivery, cost control and continuous improvement. We work on continually improving our performance by actively seeking feedback from our internal and external customers and by open and direct feedback to our suppliers. this work is done in our state of the art cleanrooms, where you work on the assembly of modules and complete Transmission Electron Microscopes
Responsibilities and deliverables include:
Performs a wide variety of mechanical or electro-mechanical assembly operations on assemblies, sub-assemblies or complete microscope.
Determines and/or follows methods and sequence of operations in performing wiring, component installation, hand soldering and cable harnessing on assembly units.
Makes setups and adjustments holding tolerances to blueprint specifications.
Follows standard practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained.
The successful candidate will possess the following combination of education and experience:
Typically requires 0-8 years of related experience, or a combination of education, training and experience that demonstrate the required skills. preferably Vocational education (MBO) Mechanical, Electronics, mechatronics, applied physics or mechanics expertise.
Familiarity with various mechanical and electrical measuring equipment.
Familiarity with Windows and other PC based software.
Able to safely lift and manipulate 35 pounds.
Ability to read work instructions and assembly drawings.
Excellent manual dexterity – ability to work with small objects and microscopes.
Ability to handle common industrial chemicals safely.
Superior hand/eye coordination.
Quick learner with verbal and written instructions.
Ability to use a variety of small hand tools.
Ability to work well with a team.
Flexibility towards changes, with a positive work attitude
Can take initiative, is flexible and wants to take ownership
we offer a direct contract at Thermo Fisher Scientific, with a good market conform salary and great secondary benefits.
Analytical Instruments Group – Materials & Structural Analysis Division
Our Thermo Scientific brand in the analytical instruments group offers customers in research, academic, industrial and applied markets a complete range of high-end analytical instruments as well as laboratory equipment, software and services. In the materials and structural analysis division we design, manufacture, and support the broadest range of high-performance microscopy workflows that provide images and answers in the micro-, nano-, and picometer scales. Combining hardware and software expertise in electron, ion, FTIR, NIR, NMR UV/VIS and light microscopy with deep application knowledge in the materials science, life sciences, electronics, and natural resources markets. Our laboratory elemental analyzers use x-ray fluoresce (XRD), x-ray diffraction (XRD), and arc spark optical emission (EOS) techniques for precise analysis of bulk materials in the metals, cement, minerals and petrochemicals industries. Our material characterization instruments include rheometers and extruders that measure viscosity, elasticity, process ability and temperature related material changes of various materials. We also provide a range of elemental analysis instruments used in product development. Our worldwide team of 4,600 employees is dedicated to customers pursuit accelerating innovation and driving productivity.