R&D Engineer (M/F)
TAG Heuer
vor 2 Tg.


TAG Heuer watches are known not only for their aesthetics, but also for their reliability, their innovative spirit and their technological content : a pioneer in Swiss precision watchmaking for 160 years, the brand has asserted its identity by combining performance and know-how.

The TAG Heuer Institute has become known thanks to the recent development of a thermo-compensated carbon hairspring, as well as the introduction of monobloc silicon oscillators.

In the framework of our R&D activities, based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, we are looking for an experienced :

As part of a multidisciplinary team, the candidate will participate in the development of new materials and products by means of thin film deposition technologies.

Your main responsibilities will be :

  • to assist in the development of CVD processes in order to aim at specific properties,
  • to fabricate horological microstructures based on nanostructured carbon, and
  • to build and develop measurement setups and data analyses tools.
  • Profil

    You have a Master's degree in Physics, Microengineering, or equivalent, with 5 years of experience or a PhD in the field of chemical vapor deposition, atomic layer deposition and or nanostructured carbon

    As our ideal candidate you are enthusiastic about R&D and laboratory work and you have experience with data management and processing using Python or similar tools.

    You are fluent in English or French with ideally a good level of the other language.

    You are hands-on, curious with a real willingness to learn, with a driving curiosity to discover new and improved technologies.

    You have the ability to interact at all levels and to work in a multi-disciplinary team.

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