Teledyne DALSA Professional Imaging is part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated and specializes in high-performance CMOS image sensors and X-ray detectors. Teledyne DALSA’s image sensors and detectors are used worldwide in the most demanding medical and dental imaging, non-destructive testing and machine vision applications. It is located in Eindhoven (The Netherlands), Milpitas (CA, USA) and Waterloo (ONT, Canada). As a part of our growth in these high-technology markets, Teledyne DALSA is recruiting for the following opening:
Assembly Development Engineer
The principal responsibility for the Assembly Development Engineer will be the assembly process development for Teledyne DALSA’s X-ray detectors. This includes the specification, development, prototyping, documentation and release of all parts of the assembly process and the corresponding production tools.
The assembly development engineer will discuss all relevant specifications with the specialists from different disciplines involved in the detector design (mechanics, electronics, X-ray conversion, manufacturing process, …) to create a process that meets the requirements on performance, manufacturability, cost and reliability. As some of our products are also manufactured in Canada and the USA, the assembly development engineer will closely cooperate with colleagues in Waterloo (ONT, Canada) and Milpitas (CA, USA) when required.
The assembly development engineer will have the responsibility to generate all assembly processes (by re-use, modification or introduction of novel processes) with full documentation including risk assessment and reliability investigations, and will assist in process implementation into production.
The responsibilities further include a major role in the specification, definition and design of required assembly production tools.
The job is open for candidates at least 5 years previous work experience with a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering or Applied Physics. Experience with industrial (volume) production is a plus. Teamwork is essential, as the successful candidate will be required to work with development project teams in Milpitas (CA, USA), Waterloo (ONT, Canada) and Eindhoven. Travel up to 30%.
The candidate will report to the Manager of the Mechanics and Assembly Group of the R&D Department in Eindhoven.