Minerva Metrology and Calibration is expanding!
Our team has one mission: providing our customers with premium pressure calibration products and services, ensuring carefree, reliable traceability from vacuum to very high pressure.
Minerva is an internationally renowned and well appreciated company with a loyal, demanding and growing customer base. Our customers include industries like aerospace, process instruments, oil and gas, energy production, pharmaceutical, and multiple national measurement institutes. Our pressure calibrations are ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.
A calibration engineer is a person who studies and practices the science of measurement. He or she spends much of the daytime in practicing and developing methods of measurement used in calibration.
A calibration engineer must have a good understanding of physics, instrumentation, automation, metrology and how to perform calibrations.
What does a calibration engineer at Minerva do?
- plan and execute calibration jobs with team members
- maintain (corrective, pro-active and adaptive) the Minerva calibration laboratory and related administrative duties
- assure cleanliness of the Minerva calibration laboratory
- maintain and develop personal effectiveness for himself and detect shortage of effectiveness with other staff members
- maintain and develop expertise on calibration techniques and practices
- issue and sign calibration certificates and archive
- participate in calibration job quotes according to the operational procedures in place
- understand and utilize the lab planning tool to effectively manage resources and workflow in line with daily/weekly/monthly targets
- understand (and assist) the planning process of work and revenue
- ensure that weekly/monthly targets can be realized and provide reporting of work and ‘blockers’ that inhibit
- assists the Laboratory Team Lead in respect to planning and in his absence takes over the planning
- utmost professionalism
- MSc or BSc grade in Engineering or other relevant Technical Study
- specific knowledge on Calibration standards and practices.
- 5 – 10 years’ experience in Professional Calibration
- auditing experience (conducting and hosting)
- motivating and dynamic
- familiar with statistics
- time and workload management
- languages: Business Professional level in English
- effective communication skills across all levels in business
- keen eye for detail.
This is a full-time (40 hours) position based at the Minerva office-workshop in Amersfoort.
Do you want to learn more about the careerpossiblities at Minerva? Read here about the career of one of Minerva’s calibration engineers Jim de Rouw.
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- Are you interested in working at a medium sized company in the heart of the Netherlands?
- In a dedicated team that is growing and continuously looking for ways to improve our service?
Then please send your application to Henk de Lange, General Manager, email@example.com or contact us for more information via +31 33 46 22 000.