The instrumentation engineer is responsible for the “instrumental performance assessment”. More precisely, he/she is the guarantor of the performance of an instrument (used in a research laboratory or in a company) during its life cycle.
Main responsibilities :
To be a driving force behind proposals for instrumentation needs, working across departments such as R&D or purchasing.
To act as a link between highly technical professions and more commercial/marketing functions.
Supporting suppliers so that they meet their customer’s technological standards or advising customers on their choice of suppliers.
Be the technical representative for an operational team in a particular discipline.
Ensure the organisation, technical follow-up and control of project study documents and their evolution.
Drafting and following up approval, patentability, certification or freedom to operate files.
Leading the project, supervising and facilitating coordination within the teams while ensuring that deadlines are met and reporting to clients.
Skills and Requirements:
5/8 years of higher education
Master’s degree in electronics or instrument marketing
Degree in Electrical, Automation or Industrial IT Engineering