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Research and Development Engineer Heat Pump Technology

Job Delft, NL
Posted 20 Feb 2021

Degree level

Bachelor

Job function

Engineering

Required languages

Dutch (Fluent)
English (Fluent)

Work experience

0 to 2 years

Salary

€2,400 - €4,000 per month

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Tarnoc is developing next-generation heat pump technologies. Our heat pump, the Turbineketel, was created to accelerate the electrification of heating systems in the built environment. Using groundbreaking centrifugal compressors and refrigerant free technology, the Turbineketel offers high capacity and high temperature heating in a superbly compact footprint.

We challenge you!

Together with the engineering team and our suppliers, you will systematically improve the different components of the heat pump. The problems that you will work on cover a broad range of engineering challenges, including thermodynamics, acoustics, and manufacturing logistics problems. It is essential to always be searching for ways to improve the product design and manufacturing processes of Tarnoc.

Other tasks:

  • Optimizing for low-pressure drop
  • Researching market opportunities
  • Gaining insights from performance data

You are

  • An aerospace/mechanical/electrical engineer
  • Ambitious, motivated, and independent
  • Hands-on

Requirements

  • Minimum Bachelors degree
  • Proficient in 3D CAD
  • Proficient in English

What do you get in return?

  • Work in a small dynamic team with ambitious coworkers
  • Work on world-changing projects
  • Informal but hardworking organization
  • Lunch and several team outings
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Engineering
Delft
Active in 1 country
30 employees
40% men - 60% women
Average age is 34 years