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Applus RTD
Applus RTD
05:12 Nov-29-2007
Electronics Development Engineer

Job Location: Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
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The division of Project Services (PS) occupies with non-destructive research to pipelines and other research. Is used by Applus RTD PS developed inspection methods like Rotascan and PIT.
The activities are mainly abroad carried out.

Concerning the increasing activities there is a vacancy for the function of:


Electronics Development Engineer (Fulltime)

Function

Development of software for existing and new to develop ultrasonic research equipment in a multidisciplinary team

Maintenance of existing software/electronics

Recount of software equipment

Investigate/analyse of existing mechanics/ appliances and making improve proposals/create modifications

Accomplish failure analysis at repairing equipment

Essays of construction regulations

Essays required documentation( like a manual, maintenance requirements)

Assistance to Technical Support


Profile

You have work experience and/or completed training established HBO work- and think level

Knowledge and experience with digital and analogue electronics

Follows developments in the field of electronics careful

Analytical intellect

Good contactual properties and you communicate clearly

Dutch and English in word and writing (also technical)

Compliant with daily hectics in your work environment

Creative, critical and curious

Willingness to travel around the world


Are u interested?

For further information about contents of the function you can contact Edwin Tromp, (+31)10-208 8 108, email: edwin.tromp@applusrtd.com.

Your written application, in which you announce your motivation you can aim to division Personnel & Organisation, attn. Ralph Meij, email: ralph.meij@applusrtd.com



 
 

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