Process Engineer ‘Semiconductor Interconnection technology’ | Eindhoven
Contributing to the world of tomorrow. Envision it. Become a Process Engineer at TNO in Eindhoven.
About this position
Chip Integration Technology Centre (CITC) is an R&D institute, located on the Novio Tech Campus in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. CITC is active in the advanced development of packaging and integration technologies for new generation semiconductor and photonics.
What will be your role?
Would you like to be one of the pioneers to build and expand a new R&D center in the field of chip integration, engaging with leading industries in automotive, healthcare technology and other high-tech sectors? Then you are welcome at CITC in Nijmegen, a joint initiative of Stichting CITC, TNO and TU Delft, supported by leading partners from the chip industry, universities active in this field and public parties such as the province of Gelderland and the city of Nijmegen.
We are currently looking for a process engineer to strengthen the team and join our pioneers. You will be working at the interface of materials science, process technology, microelectronics and packaging in a multidisciplinary research environment, together with industry.
In this role you'll be;
- Developing interconnect and assembly processes for a next generation of high power device
- Participatinging with expertise and taking responsibility in ongoing collaborative projects with international customers
- Interacting with our industrial partners and customers on a day-to-day basis
"You can see that TNO considers learning and development important in the way TNO employees interact with each other. You can always go to your colleagues for feedback, and they will support you in planning your personal development. Having the freedom to follow your own path has two benefits. Firstly, employees enjoy doing work that they’re good at. Secondly, because each individual enjoys something different, TNO has a huge amount of in-house diversity and expertise."
What we expect from you
- Preferably 3 to 7 years of experience in semiconductor industry in the field of package development or assembly engineering
- Hands-on knowledge of package reliability requirements, failure analysis techniques and quality systems.
- Excellent knowledge of assembly materials (die attach, passivation and encapsulation).
- Hands-on mentality, able to organize practical work in efficient and cooperative way.
- BSc degree in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or materials science
- Knowledgeable with data handling, analysis and communication of results.
- Good communication skills in English.
What you'll get in return
Challenging and varied work with a real impact. And plenty of opportunities as, at TNO, you are in charge of shaping your career. We offer a gross monthly salary between € 2.900,- and € 5.000,- (based on your knowledge and experience), 8% holiday pay, a 13th month bonus of 8.33% and a flex budget (5.58% + € 180). In addition, you will be given every opportunity to develop yourself.
TNO offers optional employee benefits, enabling you to tailor your benefits package to match your personal situation. You may also expect:
- An extremely professional, innovative working environment where colleagues are leading experts in their field.
- The opportunity to attend courses, workshops and conferences, and to receive training and coaching based on your needs.
- 33 days annual leave on a full-time basis.
- An employer that values and encourages diverse talent, with initiatives like the Female Leadership Program, our Rainbow Community and round tables on inclusion topics.
- Great social events with your team and other TNO colleagues. That’s how you will get to know a lot of people really quickly.
- Flexible working hours and the possibility of working from home.
- Access to our Talent Development Programme.
- Networking opportunities and great activities organized by Jong TNO.
- Extensive relocation package for international candidates.
- A good pension scheme.
Read more about tailoring your benefits package.
TNO as an employer
At TNO, we innovate for a healthier, safer and more sustainable life. And for a strong economy. Since 1932, we have been making knowledge and technology available for the common good. We find each other in wonder and ingenuity. We are driven to push boundaries. There is all the space and support for your talent and ambition. You work with people who will challenge you: who inspire you and want to learn from you. Our state-of-the-art facilities are there to realize your vision. What you do at TNO matters: impact makes the difference. Because with every innovation you contribute to tomorrow’s world. Read more about TNO as an employer.
At TNO we encourage an inclusive work environment, where you can be yourself. Whatever your story and whatever unique qualities you bring to the table. It is by combining our unique strengths and perspectives that we are able to develop innovations that make a real difference in society. Want to know more? Read what steps we are taking in the area of diversity and inclusion.
The selection process
Please apply before the 12th of December, 2022. The selection process comprises two interview rounds. In a final meeting we will discuss the terms of employment and your tailored benefits package. We aim to finalize the entire process within four weeks.
The selection process may include an online assessment and a reference check.
Has this job opening sparked your interest?
Then we’d like to hear from you! Please contact us for more information about the job or the selection process. To apply, please upload your CV and covering letter using the ‘apply now’ button.
More information about this vacancy?
‘You can achieve a lot at TNO if you take your chances’. Recruiter Brahim Dagdaoui has an eye for talent. It’s his job to make sure scientists find a place at TNO where they can blossom and work on groundbreaking innovations. He works for the Industry and Traffic & Transport units, where cool things are happening.
Jeroen van den BrandFunctie:Hiring manager
Jeroen van den Brand received his M.Sc. (2000) and Ph.D (2004) degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. From 2004 until 2007 he worked at FujiFilm in Tilburg, the Netherlands on the development and roll-to-roll manufacturing of offset printing plates. In 2007 he started at Holst Centre as a Researcher where over the years he had various roles. Since 2018, Jeroen is Department Head of the Hybrid Printed Electronics department. Next to this, Jeroen has a guest professorship at the University of Gent, Belgium on the topic of Printed Electronics.