Teledyne Technologies

  • Sr. Reliability Scientist

    Locations NL-Eindhoven
    Requisition ID
    Teledyne DALSA Professional Imaging
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne DALSA Professional Imaging specializes in high-performance X-ray detectors using wafer-scale CMOS imagers. Our detectors are recognized worldwide as the benchmark in image quality and are used in the most demanding applications such as medical and dental imaging, mammography, non-destructive testing and security. Our headquarters are at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven (The Netherlands).

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    To support our growth in the development of new products, we are recruiting for the following opening in Eindhoven:


    Senior Reliability Scientist


    The candidate will be responsible for the reliability aspects of our advanced X-ray detector developments. This includes the reliability of both the design and the manufacturing aspects for products that are used in a wide range of applications like medical, dental, industrial and scientific.


    The senior reliability scientist will manage the reliability aspects in product development projects by investigation potential failure mechanisms of the detector design and manufacturing process.


    The candidate will also be responsible for defining and executing reliability improvement projects together with engineers form the R&D and Q&R departments.


    The senior reliability scientist will apply the physics-of-failure methodology (evidence based reliability testing, identification of potential failure mechanisms, modeling, etc.) to continuously improve the reliability of our product designs and processes.


    The job requires the applicant to invest in understanding the requirements from our customers and applications. The senior reliability scientist works closely together in challenging multi-disciplinary product development teams with colleagues from the Q&R, R&D & M&S departments and project managers in our three manufacturing locations Eindhoven (the Netherlands), Sunnyvale (CA, USA) and Waterloo (ONT, Canada). The candidate will report to the Manager of the Research Group within R&D, based in Eindhoven.


    The job requires an academic degree in Physics or similar. The candidate should have strong analytical capabilities, and an interest in high-tech products and manufacturing processes.


    The job application is open for candidates with at least five years of relevant work experience. The job location is at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, “the world’s smartest city”.



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