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Electronics Engineer/Quality Assurance officer

Job Delft, NL
Posted 21 Jul 2020

Degree level

Bachelor

Job function

Engineering

Required language

English (Fluent)

Work experience

0 to 15 years

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Job description       

Delmic is looking for an electronics engineer/regulatory assurance officer to further extend the functionality of our microscopes and have them comply with international regulations. The job is focused on solutions for our existing microscopy portfolio, as well as new solutions for our current development portfolio.

Summary

DELMIC develops high-end microscopy solutions for academic research. The company has a strong track record in developing software and hardware in record time to offer unique solutions. Over the past years the company has bought most electronics off the shelf or has outsourced the development of bespoke electronics. As the complexity of the new portfolio is increasing, we are looking for someone who can take ownership of the electronics development in the company. Besides the development you will be in charge of making sure that the existing and new products comply with EU/US regulations which includes safety assessments, product documentation and testing. 

You will have the opportunity to decide yourself how to approach each unique problem. In doing so, you will directly interface with the software and hardware development teams to make sure that sensible wholly integrated solutions are created.

You will also get acquainted with the many fields at the cross-roads of microscopy such as optics, biology, and mechanics. DELMIC is currently working on some of the most cutting-edge developments in the microscopy field, including developments in extremely rapid acquisitions (big data generation) and advanced automation processes.

In short, this is a challenging and diverse job, where you never stop learning.

Your profile 

You have a background in electronics engineering either at the academic or vocational (Dutch: WO or HBO) level.

We are looking for the following skills:

  1. Create cable and wiring diagrams
  2. Compliance and regulation (EMC, Low voltage directive, Machine Directive, RoHS)
  3. Electronics design, including:
  4. translating ideas into requirements
  5. schematic design
  6. circuit simulation
  7. pcb layout

Troubleshooting / practical work

  • debugging prototypes

Bonus skills/experience:

  • Embedded software (in particular ARM Cortex M)
  • know-how of communication standards and protocols (RS232, RS485, CAN, USB)
  • Having experience with precision engineered equipment, or interfacing with (motion) hardware in general

Soft skills:

  • Good communicator
  • Proactive and resourceful
  • Team player

What we offer: 

  • A challenging and international environment in which you can develop yourself
  • Ability to set your own hours and performance goals
  • Fun, enthusiastic and driven colleagues
  • Coffee, fruit and daily lunch with the whole company
  • Friday afternoon drinks

About us

DELMIC is a company that builds microscopes. Our customers are at the cutting edge of worldwide research. In this job you are intimately involved in making the customers' ideas a reality. As such, you get to learn a lot about new applications, which are both diverse and exciting. On top of this you learn to push your development skills to the limit, while gaining a deep understanding of electronics with software and hardware interaction.

Apply by sending your CV and letter of motivation to Sander den Hoedt at hoedt@delmic.com.

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Delmic is a passionate high-tech company based in Delft, the Netherlands that develops powerful and user-friendly solutions for light and electron microscopy. Currently, we produce several systems, which cater to a wide range of researchers in the fields ranging from nanophotonics to cell biology.
Our aim is to continuously innovate in order to offer our customers integrated systems that offer superior performance and user-friendliness.

Engineering
Delft
Active in 1 country
40 employees
70% men - 30% women
Average age is 28 years