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Lab Engineer to Microsoft
Microsoft Oy

Alkuperäinen julkaisupäivä 11.4.2019
Microsoft Oy
Toimenkuva
On behalf of our client, Microsoft, we are looking for a Lab Engineer to the HoloLens team in Espoo. As a Lab Engineer your daily task will be maintenance and calibration of laboratory equipment, preparing and supervising experiments and analyzing results. You will work with oscilloscopes and waveform generators. Your working time will be 80% lab work and 20% office.
Odotamme sinulta
In earlier positions you have proven responsibility and ownership for lab equipment. Your work goes hand-in-hand with your team members as you depend on each other’s feedback and results. Candidates should be self-motivated with the ability of taking personal ownership of issues and work with dedication and mindfulness. We are looking for a positive, well-organized, enthusiastic, thorough and an active person.
Koulutus ja työkokemus
1. Measurement/Characterization equipment operation experience
2. Maintenance of measurement equipment
3. Programming skills (preferably Matlab/Python/C#
Minimum 2 years of experience in relevant technical field, ie. electronics, test automation or optics. Fluency in both written and oral English.
Muut tiedot
We are offering an interesting job and a fixed-term contract for a year with a very probable extension. You will broaden your horizon on working principles of optical components, their characterization and troubleshooting, and be part of the race to the top at breathtaking speed. You will have the possibility to work with a masterpiece of high-tech! Beside your local team you get access to a vast international network that offers you support and opportunities to learn and develop yourself. To apply for this position register on our website (www.vmp.fi) or send your resume and application attached with your salary request in English to salo@vmp.fi as soon as possible.
Kesto
1 year and a very probable extension
Lisätietoja
Charlotta Jaakkola, salo@vmp.fi, 044 572 9949
Hakeminen
Hae paikkaa viimeistään 17.04.2019 mennessä.