IC Resources Ltd

Junior Field Service Engineer - Semiconductors - Germany

€55000 per annum
16 Oct 2016
13 Nov 2016
Jeff Budd
Contract Type
Full Time
My client is an international manufacturer of front end process equipment, used in semiconductor (IC) production. They have a European HQ in Germany, which is central to all of their service activity across Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Benelux, the Scandics/Nordics and Eastern Europe.

They currently have 3 open positions for the service team in Germany, which can be home based near a 'customer rich' territory (eg. Munich, Frankfurt, Dresden).

This is a travelling role which will consist of:

- Installations
- Calibrations
- Upgrades
- Troubleshooting
- Corrective/ preventative maintenance

They will provide structured training, which will combine a preliminary 2 week course followed by 12-18 months 'on the job' experience at multiple customer sites. Therefore this person doesn't need a specific process background, just the following:

- A mechanical engineering degree (or similar)
- A solid understanding of the semiconductor manufacturing process
- Experience working in a fab environment
- The willingness to travel extensively
- Fluent English and German

This is a good chance for a mechanical engineer with 'hands on' semiconductor experience to join a well-established equipment vendor. They have a very strong 'presence' in Germany and want to provide additional local support to streamline their response times for customers.

Apply now if you're a field service engineer/ mechanical engineer with a semiconductor background, who wants a travelling position from a home office in Munich, Frankfurt or Dresden.

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