AGC's Technovation Centre is recruiting a radio frequency technician.
The Automotive sector is in full turnaround. The advent of the autonomous car will dramatically reshape the way people interact with vehicles, the future design of roads and cities. Glass has a major role to play. Come and experience the excitement and challenges of industrial research in one of Europe's largest glass R&D Centres. Be part of a training program specially designed for young researchers
Our passion is glass. Glass creates emotion by connecting people with their environment. Could it help us connecting with you?
You will be located at AGC's Technovation Centre close to Brussels (Gosselies, Belgium) together with 300 researchers, engineers and technicians. You will experience how AGC seeks:
You will be working inside a dynamic team of 20 people dedicated to the connectivity world revolution (transportation and smart-cities).
Our activity is growing fast. We are looking for a radio-frequency technician to support researchers in preparing, prototyping, testing and measuring antenna systems in our laboratory or in our anechoic chamber (antenna measurement). This involves:
You have much more to offer than your technical skills. You are an allrounder and recognize yourself in the following:
Interested? Apply in writing to Maria Cocciolo - AGC Technovation Center - Rue Louis Blériot 12 - 6041 Gosselies (Belgium).
Based in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), AGC Glass Europe is the European branch of the AGC Group (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd), the world's leading producer of flat glass.
It produces, processes and distributes flat glass for building (exterior glazing and interior decoration), automotive (original glass and replacement glass) and smart screen applications.
AGC Glass Europe currently employs some 14,000 people. Its industrial facilities comprise 18 float glass lines, 10 automotive glass processing centers and more than 100 distribution-processing units in Europe, stretching from Spain to Russia.