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    TitleComponents Engineer
    Job codeCYNL015
    Job posted on27/07/2021
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin 3months
    Job Description


    Part of the Eiffage Group (70 000p, 18b€), which is a key player on Ground Segment for Aeronautics & Space in Europe, Clemessy Netherlands BV is a Services Center that has been recently created to provide Maintenance & Engineering Support to our main customers : Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Maintenance Engineering (RAMS & ILS) and AIT/Operations Support.

    Located in Noordwijk (NL), we offer a rewarding work environment with high skilled opportunities on all the main European programs, while maintaining an employee-focused atmosphere.

    For our customer, the European Space Agency (ESA), we are currently looking for a Components Engineer to work at ESTEC, the ESA Technical Center in Noordwijk (NL).



    In the TEC-QES section, the main tasks are to provide ESA with engineering and administrative support in the field of European Cooperation for Space Standardisation (ECSS) and European Space Component Coordination (ESCC) covering ESCC secretariat functions, managing the ESCC specification system, qualifying and certifying components and manufacturers, audits of manufacturers and non-conformance follow-up.


    The assignment is to provide expert technical support in one or more of the following fields:

    - Passive Components

    - Discrete Semiconductors for RF and non-RF

    - Complex Microcircuits for Digital, Analog, Mixed Signal and Microwave

    - Hybrid Technology

    - Micropackaging

    - Optoelectronics

    - Reliability of the related technologies, R&D trends and the industrial landscape, …



    High degree organizational and communication abilities.

    Comfortable with working in a diverse and multinational team environment.



    Applicants should have

    A Master's degree or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Physics or related specialization, with a relevant experience of 4 years minimum

    Extensive knowledge in

    - Components standardization: evaluation, qualification programmes, non-conformance and failure investigations.

    - Failure and Constructional Analyses

    - Components manufacturers audits



    Clemessy Netherlands BV, with on-site full-time position in ESTEC premises (Noordwijk, NL).

    Travels in Europe can be requested.




    Contact information
    Contact nameMickael DERUETTE
    Address18 rue de Thann
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