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Prototype Assembly Engineer

  • Sector: Engineering
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  • Job Ref: 22821

Join my client in the Netherlands as a Proto Assembly Engineer and kick start your engineering career where you will tackle complex challenges in a dynamic environment.

You'll demonstrate your mechanical or electrical knowledge and experience. With a Bachelor's in engineering and a passion for innovation, you must have internship, work experience, or college project experience with prototyping, proto, prototype, or similar to apply.

As a Proto Engineer, you'll be immersed in a dynamic role where both mechanical and electrical skills are utilized. You'll be hands-on, testing your creations before passing them on to the quality department. The products play a crucial role in a range of applications, including equipment machinery for the semiconductor industry. Full Training is provided.

Proto Assembly Engineer Responsibilities:

  • Assembly and development of prototypes from initial design to final product.

  • Creating work instructions together with engineers, thinking along about solutions to problems, and implementing improvements in the TPDs (Technical Production Documentation).

  • Building, adjusting, re-designing, and checking new (complex) cables and test setups based on technical drawings.

  • Participating in project teams to analyze and solve problems.

  • Building prototypes and small series with a focus on both mechanical and electrical aspects.

Proto Assembly Engineer Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, electrical engineering, aircraft maintenance, mechatronics, or similar.

  • Experience in reading technical drawings and schedules, particularly electrical drawings.

  • Hands-on experience with both mechanical and electrical prototypes, including checking cables and conducting tests.

  • Experience in the assembly and development of prototypes from initial design to final product.

  • Ability to keep an overview when things get complex and take initiative in problem-solving.

  • Good command of the English language and commitment to a minimum of 2 years of relocating to the Netherlands.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Tina Cornally.