Automated Non Destructive Control Engineer
R - RECHERCHE & DEVELOPPEMENT
Expérimenté (5 ans et plus)
de 60 à 80 K€
Within the Technical & Project Department, your role is to carry out development and qualification projects aimed at meeting the short, medium and long-term operational needs of Intercontrole’s clients. The techniques implemented, in a framework that is both innovative and rooted in industrial realities, are the techniques of surface non-destructive testing (eddy currents, television, thermography, dimensional etc.).
The main tasks of the post are:
– Proposal, implementation and management of technical development projects;
– Increased competence in the techniques implemented (the internal network, composed among others of Intercontrôle experts, will be an important asset);
– participation in interventions and expertise on nuclear sites;
– participation in the technical link between the site and the technical and project management by identifying opportunities for implementing innovative developments.
Occasional trips in France and abroad are to be expected.
Master’s degree in Engineering or Industrial (measurement, materials, electronics etc.) with industrial experience, you have scientific knowledge in the fields of measurement, computer science for data acquisition and analysis (C, Matlab, Python, etc.), analog electronics, Materials, surface NDT.
With a very good analytical and synthesis mind, you manage your projects rigorously and put at the center of communication and listening collaboration.
You do not have any medical contraindications to work in an irradiated environment and are licensed B.
Editorial skills are required; a good level of English is appreciated.
Spécialité : R3 - Réalisation de projets R&D
Niveau d’études min requis Bac+5
Lieu : Belgique, Europe, Bruxelles
Déplacements : Occasionnels
Niveau d’emploi : Ingénieur & Cadre
Poste soumis à enquête administrative : Oui
Poste soumis à autorisation au titre du contrôle des exportations : Oui
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