IT Analyst - IOL Molding Technology

Location Leiden
Discipline: Engineering
Contact name: Ernest Banor

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Job ref: 18874
Published: about 1 month ago

IT Analyst - IOL Molding Technology

Eindhoven, Netherlands

R&D/ Engineering

Job Description

You will join the current IT team (5 persons) in a dynamic R&D/ Engineering environment whereby you will work on applications which will support the implementation of a new business critical manufacturing technology. We have a very experienced team covering IT, automation (PLC programming) and CSV (computerized Systems Validation). Therefor we’re able to provide guidance for the work you’ll execute. The applications you’re going to work on are in majority subject to external regulations (GxP – 21 cfr part 11) and internal compliancy requirements (Info Security – IAPP).

You will be responsible for analysing, designing, and building applications in the area of:

  • Engineering measurements to support product and process development.
  • Administration of critical components used in the manufacturing of molded IOLs.



To be considered for this role, please ensure the minimum requirements are evident on your resume.

The following capabilities would be required:

  • C# / .NET / Visual Studio 2019 for development.
  • Entity Framework / SQL Server / SQL management studio v18 for database handling.
  • WPF for UI development.
  • SCRUM way of working.
  • Jira for issue tracking.
  • UML modeling for designing.
  • Git (Bitbucket) version control system.
  • Optional: UWP for legacy code.


Next to these technical capabilities, we require:

  • Being able to capture requirements of users
  • Translate requirements into Design specs (functional & Technical)
  • Execute testing – technical system tests
  • Experience in and/or affinity with the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Proficient in Dutch and English
  • Able to work in a team and independently with a focus on open, transparent, and collaborative relationships, aligned on common goals

Location: Eindhoven

Duration: 6 months (possibility of extension)