Process and Material Development Engineer

  • Vakgebied Engineering
  • Dienstverband Fulltime
  • Vacaturenummer VAC-10020475
  • Locatie Eindhoven
  • Type overeenkomst Secondment via YER
  • Branche High Tech

Over deze vacature

SCIL Nanoimprint solutions is a technology venture of Philips IP&S and develops and deliver solutions for high volume nanoimprinting on large wafers. Based on years of R&D in Substrate Conformal Imprint Lithography (SCIL) our solutions enable manufacturers of LEDs, lasers, optical components, solar cells, bio-sensors and many others to increase performance and lower end-product costs. We provide to our customers:

  • Tooling and processes for small series and high volume production
  • Consumables (stamp and imprint material)
  • Dedicated processes for specific customer requirements


The Process and Material Development Engineer is a key player in the development of new processes and materials for SCIL. By building SCIL process knowledge he/she will be able to support customers (on site) with the implementation of SCIL processes.

  • Execute development of SCIL processes and materials according to a defined plan
  • Actively participate in defining the development roadmap of SCIL and plan development activities
  • Produce customer samples of consumable materials as well as imprinted wafers on request of business development
  • Support the product introduction process as well as portfolio improvement opportunities
  • Identify opportunities for improvements and communicate these to the R&D manager
  • Continuously develops his/her technological knowledge, by regularly contacts in – and outside the department
  • Actively participate in the development, qualification and validation of products and processes
  • Provide process support to customers both at our own location and on-site
  • Actively participate in the manufacturing scale-up of the SCIL technology
  • Comply with the ESH policy, rules and regulations


SCIL Nanoimprint Solutions offers solutions for making nano-structures on wafers by using its unique and proprietary lithography technology (SCIL). These nano-structures are used on optics and other photonic products to increase performance, lower end-product costs and increase functionality. SCIL or Substrate Conformal Imprint Lithography is a cost effective, robust, high yield process enabling nanometer resolution patterns on a large variety of materials. SCIL delivers proven, high quality imprints on wafer areas up to 300 mm. It can be used to make patterns with feature sizes down to less than 10 nm and overlay alignment below 1 µm. SCIL Nanoimprint Solutions helps customers with optimized equipment, consumable materials and processes for high volume production.


  • Good employee benefits
  • Excellent guidance from your consultant and YER's back office
  • Friendly atmosphere and open culture
  • Community/network with other technology professionals from a variety of multinationals
  • Events and master classes with interesting speakers and attractive companies


  • Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering or equivalent
  • Preferably 3-5 years’ experience gained in process development and/or equipment engineering
  • Good communication skills working in interdisciplinary teams
  • Capability of planning, executing and delivering in fast working pace
  • Ability to familiarize with state-of-art technologies and ability to apply when necessary
  • Ability to balance innovation and practical realization
  • Self-driven and proactive in achieving the goals in cross-functional environment
  • General knowledge of LEAN and Design for Six Sigma is a plus