• NanoMEGAS is looking for talented and self-motivated service engineer.

    Your job:

    As an Electronic/ Industrial Engineer you will be responsible for your sector and responsible for assembling and installing their technologies/systems to clients. You will support on site or remotely their customers and will also interact with third party microscopy companies.

    You will be primarily responsible for:

    - Assembly and quality control of our hardware/software systems

    - Resolving any issues during assembly & testing of our systems

    - Coordinate with other team members during manufacturing, design and software engineers, putting priorities

    - Traveling outside Belgium (Europe, US & Asia) to install our instrumentation on various electron microscopes (travel activity about 20-30 % of time)

    - Review and resolve customer issues on site or by email / telephone

    - Actively participate in organization events (meetings, seminars, training)

    Your background:

    - Engineering degree (Electrical, Electronic)

    2 years minimum experience in lab or self-directed project. Alternatively a previous experience in service work on SEM/TEM electron microscopes will be a plus, but not mandatory

    - Important to have hands-on experience (assembly, fabrication/modification, wiring)

    - Ability to communicate technical information effectively. Open to working in a small
    international team and flexible environment

    - PCB design experience will be a plus

    Application:

    Please send CV and a motivation letter to nanomegas@gmail.com

    Further information are available in the following document: « NEW_Engineer_NanoMEGAS_2021.pdf »


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    Further information: Antoine GUITTON, antoine.guitton@univ-lorraine.fr, Emmanuel BOUZY, emmanuel.bouzy@univ-lorraine.fr 

     


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    Further information: Marc VERDIER : marc.verdier@grenoble-inp.fr   


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