Process engineer NPI
For Demcon production, we are looking for a process engineer NPI. Would you like to work on the industrialisation of complex modules and systems from the design to the assembly phase? Then read more!
As a process engineer NPI, you are responsible for designing, documenting and verifying optimal assembly processes. Together with among others the design team and production staff, you ensure that the introduction of a new product proceeds as efficiently as possible. You work in an environment with technically high-quality modules and/or systems for mainly medical and high-tech markets.
Demcon production is a partner for pre-production and (series) production of complex systems and innovative products. We are part of the Demcon group.
Whatever the technological challenge – and underlying social need – we provide a high-quality production solution for it. We do so as an industrialisation and production partner for development companies. Our focus is on complex assembly processes for medical devices and high-tech systems.
What are you going to do?
As a process engineer NPI, you will be involved in the industrialization of new products. You are the technical heart of the project team and organize the production process from A to Z. You keep a good overview and are the first point of contact for the project manager. During a project you represent the interests of production towards the design team and you are the sparring partner for various disciplines. You are the link between the project manager, engineering, procurement, production and quality by a.o. providing Design for Excellence input. You do this by participating in development teams (internal and external) on the industrialization of medical and high-tech systems.
Your tasks include:
- Thinking with the design teams on the optimisation of the design for assembly (DFA);
- Defining and assessing risks within the assembly process (Process FMEA);
- Preparing process descriptions, work and test instructions;
- Training and qualification of assembly and test staff;
- Writing a test and validation plan;
- Carry out process validation (IQ, OQ and PQ);
- Assisting in setting up the supply chain;
- Setting up and defining the flow of the production line.
What do you bring to the table?
- Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, mechatronics or industrial product design;
- You have 2 to 3 years of experience in a similar position;
- You are technically oriented and have affinity with a production environment;
- You are a team player, involved and pro-active;
- Analytical skills: you can understand complex mechatronic designs and set up an efficient production process for them;
- Knowledge of design for assembly (DFA);
- Experience with the use of 3D packages, such as SolidWorks (Composer), is an advantage;
- Fluent in speaking/writing the Dutch and English language.
What do we offer you?
At Demcon production you will join a young, dynamic and rapidly growing organization, where there is plenty of opportunity for your own input. This offers you many challenges, variety and the chance to develop yourself.
Furthermore, you can count on:
- A good, market-based salary;
- 38 days off and 8% vacation allowance;
- A good pension scheme with PMT;
- The opportunity to follow training and courses through the Demcon Academy so you can further develop your knowledge;
- A laptop and telephone from work;
- Bicycle plan;
- Active personnel association (monthly activities such as drinks and an annual Demcon weekend) and annual sporting events.
Do you have any questions about this position?
Do you have any questions about this position? We will be happy to answer them. Call to Lilian de Roos-Meints (team lead NPI engineering) or Laure Barts (HR business partner) on 088 – 115 20 00.
Have we aroused your interest for the position of process engineer NPI? Then we look forward to receiving your cv. You can apply via the application button.
Acquisition in response to this advertisement is not appreciated.
Does this vacancy appeal to you and are you curious about the application process? This goes as follows:
You have applied! We will discuss it internally and respond as soon as possible.
2. Phone call
We got acquainted briefly and want to get to know each other better.
3. First call
See if there is a match from both sides and if the expectations are correct.
4. Second call
We investigate a possible collaboration more closely.
We both see the match! Let’s make you a suitable proposal.
Your response to the offer is positive. We are going to finalize the collaboration!