The Lean/reliability Engineer
continuously searches to improve processes to increase the efficiency and horsepower of our engineering department with a strong relation to the manufacturing department to make them more competitive together.
The lean engineer will work with the group leader to make internal way-of-working more effective and efficient via the principles of lean.
The Lean/reliability Engineer fully appreciates that reliability is not just a number, and has experience of reliability planning, analysis and testing. The Lean/reliability Engineer sets up, monitors and helps others to embed reliability engineering in their daily life.
Good knowledge of complex electronic systems and the associated reliability issues. Good verbal and written communications. Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary / multi-national team. Analytical and problem-solving skills.
Track record as an effective team player with strong interpersonal and influencing skills. Ideally degree qualified or equivalent. Experience of working in a Systems Engineering environment.
Detailed engineering experience (design, software, manufacture etc.). The Lean/reliability engineer has strong (proven) affinity or degrees in Lean engineering.
The Lean/reliability Engineer has a background in mechanical, electrical or industrial design engineering and has some prove experience in the above-mentioned topics.
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In return, we offer you
Challenging tasks on technical interesting products. The opportunity to grow beyond initially assigned tasks/responsibilities for those with the right drive and skills. A pleasant working environment with flexible working hours.
We welcome you to a challenging, innovative environment with great opportunities for you to explore! Our benefits are very competitive and designed around your preferences:
25 Days of leave and the possibility to purchase up to 20 extra days off annually.
A variable bonus based on both Philips results and personal performance.
Extensive set of tools to drive your career, such as a personal development budget, free training and coaching.
Solid company pension scheme and attractive collective health insurance package.
Opportunity to buy Philips shares and products with discount.
Why should you join Philips?
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