Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
A completed HBO or WO training, preferably in the field of electrical engineering.
Good knowledge of the English language. German and French is an advantage.
Willing to travel.
You are enthusiastic, dynamic and you have excellent communication skills.
You are result-oriented, cost-conscious and take initiative.
Have a continuous drive to improve our products, develop new products and reduce costs.
A team player and finds it a challenge to develop a product together with your own colleagues and colleagues from other disciplines.
As a Mechanical of Electrical engineer at Thales, you are responsible for the design of the mechanical or electrical part of our products (which can be developed internal or external). You work togethet with other departments in our company: System Design, RF Design, Manufacturing, Customer Services. The Electrical engineer supports architects in making concept design choices.
What's in it for you
Become part of a great team in a high tech, innovative international organization
(International) opportunities for growth in tech-, management- and commercial roles
Attention for personal development and own initiative
A nice workplace in a modern building, where we value a good work-life balance and flexibility
40 leave days per year, travel expenses and a flexible benefits à la carte package with options like purchase/sale of leave hours, internet costs, bicycle plan, company fitness, trade union contribution or relocation costs.
With 80.000 talents working in 68 countries, we are one of the biggest high-tech employers in the field of safety and security. In the Netherlands, where 2000 employees are based, we are located in four cities: Huizen, Delft, Eindhoven and Hengelo (HQ). Together with an extensive ecosystem of knowledge partners, customers and suppliers, we work on radars for naval vessels, cyber security solutions, transportation systems, communication equipment for land forces, cryogenic cooling solutions and research & development for radar tech (in collaboration with TU Delft).
As IVVQ Engineer, I'm working on the commissioning of new radar systems. Thales is a technical and challenging work environment, not a day is the same! My technical knowledge is advancing continuously, giving me the right skills to work on our advanced radar technology.
Rob Leusenkamp, IVVQ Engineer
for your Thales journey into Mechanical/Electrical Engineering