Engineering - Leuven | More than two weeks ago
Do you have a technical engineering background? Lucky you, because good technicians are much in demand on the job market. But your skills are one thing. Your feeling’s something different. And you may be looking for a job where you can use your technical skills to create added value. For society. For the world.
Well, lucky you - again. Because at imec you get that chance. 'Embracing a better life' is our slogan. No hollow words, but daily reality. We are really working on a better future. Even better, we think of it and shape it. We do that together. 4,000 people. 95 nationalities. Spread across Europe, Asia and the USA. A diverse audience, but we are all believers of one overarching belief: the belief in technology. Because technology can - no, will - improve our lives.
Our contribution? That is small. Literally then: it's about nanoelectronics. The impact on the other hand is huge. Because our chips are used for high-tech solutions that contribute to more efficient health care, safer transport, more sustainable energy, you name it. You see: a better world starts with the technology behind it. And that technology is created in our cleanroom.
And that brings us back to you. Because in order to optimize the production process of chips as optimally as possible, attention to quality and efficiency is essential. And you can help us with that.
How do you do that? With a diverse range of tasks:
What you need to be eligible? Preferably a master’s degree with equivalent experience or you have several years of hands-on experience with automated metrology, TEM inspections or TEM within the semiconductor industry. Knowledge of English, Dutch is a plus. Other assets? Being strong in planning, prioritizing, multitasking and applying a hands-on approach. Does that sound like a lot? No panic, the desire to take on the challenge is the most important thing. Because working at imec is not a boring 9 to 5. An early, late, night or weekend shift comes with the job. But no panic, that is not too bad. Imagine the seas of time you’d have at times when others are busy.