Manufacturing Engineer MR
Manufacturing Engineer MR (Contract)
Duration: 12 months (with possible extension and/or Philips transfer in time)
Budget range: €2.500 - 3.800 per month
In this role, you will have the opportunity to: Make life better!
Looking at the challenges the world is facing today Philips’ purpose has never been more relevant. So whatever your role, if you share our passion for helping others, you’ll be working towards creating a better and fairer future for all.
When youchoose to work at Philips you’ll work on life-changing projects; and contribute to innovative health technologies and solutions that improve billions of lives around the world.
You will be responsible for:
Writing work instructions, monitor/maintain devices and tooling, instruct employees, implement and maintain production processes.
Defect On Arrival (DEFOA) /Missing On Arrival (MOA) Root cause analysis, creating and implementing structural solutions.
Providing structural solutions by initiating amendments like problem reports (PR) and/or 8D forms (Problem Solving methodology)
Minimum disturbances (max.Yield) within production in cooperation with teamleads, troubleshooters and development.
Preparation and introduction of product changes through Life Cycle Management and New Product Introductions within the manufacturing process
Participates as an expert in audits
Give support and execute New Product Introductions.
Support & execute Process Validation
Providing input for the Manufacturing Engineer, to create a better way of working. After release for volume production the Sustaining Engineer is accountable for improvements.
Analysis of performance data with respect to products and processes (Six-sigma, Statistical Process Control)
Give input and maintain the New Product Introductions project planning.
Perform preparation activities on trial/prototype production within New Product Introduction-processes
Defines and leads improvement projects for the assigned unit, to improve efficiency, product quality and test section (Green Belt).
Investigation and escalation of Production issues/complaints, if needed together with development.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience:
To succeed in this role, you’ll need a customer-first attitude and the following
This role will be primarily responsible for implementing Life Cycle Management changes, escalation management and process (small) improvements, within the MR factory.
Typical bachelor in electronics or mechatronics or comparable. Master level is overqualification.
Hands-on mentality, proficient in documentation and natural inclination for accuracy.
Be independent, proactive, and not afraid to take ownership, including relevant stakeholders’ management.
A result & quality driven approach.
Experience within Manufacturing or Engineering within the high tech industry.
Basic experience with OT (Operational Technology) and IT (Information Technology).
Comprehension skills and ability to analyse and summarise.
Technical knowledge to identify tooling issues and translate R&D requirements towards a manufacturing process, in collaboration with R&D and tooling suppliers.
Experience with quality management and quality systems. Preferably experience in the medical industry (ISO 9001, 13485, FDA requirements, audits, FMEA, 8D, SPC, etc.).
Personal & communication skills (Dutch & English). Communication with operators up to developers & management.
You are a part of
You are part of Factory Best, one of the largest Medical Manufacturing Sites in Health Systems. Your part of Manufacturing Engineering, a team which is responsible for processes within
Imaging Guide Therapy (IGT)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MR)
Service, Parts & Repair (SP&R)
Imaging Components (IC)
Refurbishment System (RS)
Digital X-Ray (DXR)
Parts Recovery (PR)
You will be working closely with operations and development.
Philips is a global leader in health technology, committed to improving billions of lives worldwide and striving to make the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation. Driven by the vision of a better tomorrow.
But it’s not just what we do, it’s who we are. We are 80,000, wonderfully unique individuals, with two things in common. An unwavering sense of purpose and a relentless determination to deliver on our customers’ needs. It’s what inspires us to create meaningful solutions – the kind that make a real difference – when it matters most.
The world and our customers’ needs are changing faster than ever before and while we are proud of what we do already, we know we can do more. That’s why we need you, to help us tackle increasingly complex challenges posed by ever evolving health and well-being needs.
In return, we offer you:
For this project, you’ll work for Philips and become a contract or permanent employee of YACHT (a Randstad company). As a contractor at Philips you'll enjoy cutting-edge challenges and unexpected experiences that make you a more in-demand professional. And as a YACHT employee, you can expect to receive ongoing support with your personal development and future prospects.
YACHT provides all employees with a range of benefits, including pension, social security payments and potential to earn a quarterly bonus as well as a mobile and travel allowance.
Why work on a project at Philips?
If you’re looking for meaningful work and a chance to tackle complex challenges, broaden your skills and expertise and become an even more sought after professional, you’ll find all that and more with project work at Philips.
The Randstad companies are responsible for finding talent to provide services at Philips. If you are selected to provide services for Philips, you will be employed by Randstad and will not be an employee of Philips.