Are you eager to work with R&D and cutting-edge technology in an innovative environment with state-of-the-art equipment for materials development, materials characterization, and metal cutting? We’re now looking for an R&D Engineer to join our PVD Coating Development in Västberga, Stockholm – someone who wants to make a future mark in this core technological area of our business. Do you think this sounds interesting? Then you might be the perfect fit for us!
About the job
Together with your team, you’re responsible for designing, developing, and validating PVD thin films for cutting tools – aiming to identify new and effective ways to ensure the right material properties leading to high-performance during machining. With focus on the development of novel PVD coatings, you contribute with your expertise in projects regarding knowledge building and product development. You actively interact with our internal and external stakeholders to ensure excellent cooperation. To protect our technology and innovations, you work with and secure our patents enabling us to meet an even more profitable future!
The location of this job is Västberga, Stockholm. Some occasional travel is part of the job.
We’re looking for someone with a master’s in engineering in chemistry, materials science, metallurgy, or applied physics, and we consider a PhD as highly valuable but not mandatory. A good understanding of the properties and processing of thin film coatings is advantageous. Skills in advanced material characterization are strongly appreciated, as well is an interest in, and previous experience of work with R&D centers or universities. As we’re a truly global organization, you need excellent written and verbal skills in English, while knowledge in Swedish is a plus.
We’re sincerely interested in your personality – characterized by your analytical and curious mind. You embrace new challenges, always trying to creatively find new solutions, and you’re a structured and confident problem-solver – persistent to reach your goal. As you interact with many functions in our organization, as well as our external partners, you have an excellent ability to communicate and build relations that leads you to successful collaborations and future development.
Innovation is in our DNA and we’re proud to shape the future of manufacturing in close collaboration with our customers and partners. We offer extensive health benefits with 4000 SEK in health allowance, free gym, and ten times naprapathy or similar per year. We genuinely believe in an inclusive, equal, and open-minded culture, and we nurture our diversities to form a solid foundation for achieving remarkable results. Add fair and rewarding benefits, as well as many different career options both nationally and internationally. Are you intrigued? Visit our website, LinkedIn or Facebook page to get to know us further.
How to apply
Send your application no later than April 2, 2023. Read more about Sandvik Group and apply at home.sandvik/career (Job ID: R0052405).
As we aim for a fair recruitment process, we utilize assessment tools to safeguard objectivity. When you apply for this job, you will therefore receive an invitation via email to a personality and logic ability test. Feedback comes immediately after the test has been completed and the selection process begins after the application deadline.
Are you curious to know more about this position? Contact your future manager:
Andreas Hedin, R&D Manager PVD and Surface Treatment, +46 (0)70-509 52 12
Håkan Johnsson, Unionen, +46 (0)8-726 69 53
Carl-Åke Jansson, Akademikerföreningen, +46 (0)8-726 63 47
Peter Olsson-Andrée, Ledarna, +46 (0)26-26 19 84
For more information about the recruitment process, please contact HR Services at +46 (0)26-261 444.
Sandvik Coromant is part of the global industrial engineering group Sandvik and is at the forefront of developing manufacturing tools and machining solutions, with knowledge that drives the industry standards and innovations demanded by the metalworking industry now and in the next industrial era. Collaborations with educational institutions, extensive investment in research and development and strong customer partnership ensure the development of machining technologies that change, lead and drive the future of manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant owns over 1700 patents worldwide, employs around 8000 staff and is represented in more than 150 countries.
Deadline: Apr 2