MULTIPLE NEW OPPORTUNITIES EMEA- FOLLOW http://jobs.thermofisher.com

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Pushing the boundaries of discovery

With more than 60 years of innovation and leadership, our company enables customers to find meaningful answers to questions that accelerate breakthrough discoveries, increase productivity, and ultimately change the world. We design, manu­facture, and support the broadest range of high-performance microscopy workflows that provide images and answers in the micro-, nano-, and picometer scales. 
Combining hardware and software expertise in electron, ion, and light microscopy with deep application knowledge in the materials science, life sci­ences, electronics, and natural resources markets, the worldwide team of 3200 people is dedicated to customers' pursuit of discovery and resolution to global challenges.


Thermo Fisher Scientific acquired FEI Company in September of 2016 as a part of the Analytical Instruments Group (AIG) in the newly-formed Materials and Structural Analysis Division (MSD).


Check out these video’s to get more insight in what it means to work on our complex High-Tech Transmission Electron Microscopes. These high-end tools are being produced and developed in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

We are continuously looking for enthusiastic, dynamic and dedicated professionals to strengthen our teams throughout Europe. Materials & Structural Analysis (legacy FEI) offers challenging and highly rewarding career opportunities.

We have multiple opportunities throughout EMEA and we are interested in people with a background in physics, electronics, mechatronics, me­chanics and software for these positions in R&D, manufacturing, operations and engineering. In addition to that, we have multiple opportunities in our business units, sales & services, supply chain & logistics and product marketing.

PLEASE FOLLOW  http://jobs.thermofisher.com FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES


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