No technical degree?
No technical experience?
Passion is all you need.
Can you imagine that you’re the one who ensures that a high-tech environment runs smoothly? That you’re the first person they call when there’s a problem with a million-euro machine? A machine that makes the very first prototype of an electronic chip that will be in everyone’s future smartphone, self-driving car or brain implant?
If that sounds like a dream come true, we have amazing news for you. Imec is a looking for first-line support assistants & process assistants. And one of them could be you.
“But I don’t have a technical degree. I don’t even have any technical experience!”
That’s fine. Your technical itch is all we need. We’ll teach you how to scratch it, in a dual learning program:
The program takes six to eight months. And you’ll have a permanent contract from the very first day.
How do you know you have the technical itch we’re looking for? Here are some common symptoms:
If this sounds even remotely familiar, we’re looking forward to your application.
We don’t ask for a technical degree or formal technical experience.
What we do ask? A good knowledge of English and your willingness to work in shifts.
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You’ll be fully qualified for a job in imec's cleanroom in six to eight months. Those break down into:
Our process development never stops, not even at night. That’s why we need first line support assistants 24/7. This means you’ll work in a rotating shift regime (early, late and night) and 1 weekend out of 4 (with corresponding 5 days to recuperate).
Sounds scary? Well, it isn’t. Of course, it will require some adjustments: changing your sleeping and eating habits, taking on a whole new routine.
But working in shifts also means job variety. And interesting benefits, such as handsome bonusses and lots of quality time on your hands while others are ‘insanely busy’.
Some advantages of working in shifts: