IDEMIA has been the leader in identity management and security for over 20 years. Our mission to create a simple, safe future where identity is verified in an undisputed manner and you are the only one who can confirm your identity. We are a distributed business that leverages the latest technologies in order to deliver products of the highest quality for the public and private sectors, including finance, telecoms, identity, security and retail. We employ a wide range of technologies and methods to provide quality products and services to technology companies and government agencies. IDEMIA consists of 14,000 people of different nationalities and languages. Our solutions have a positive impact on the daily lives of both citizens and countries. In a world constantly evolving, protecting your personal information is crucial. Join the team ensuring that one person has one identity.
Overview: An IDEMIA Graphics and Printing Engineer’s main responsibility is to validate and provide any technical solutions, (new processes and/or raw materials, new machines and/or technology, technical support), in accordance with needs from Manufacturing sites or Product Development.
The Graphics and Printing Engineer works closely with the New Product Introduction team (NPI), personalization team and IDEMIA Manufacturing Engineers in your area.
Test plan to qualify new inks and structures.
IDEMIA’s sites are deploying new inks, structures and processes
IDEMIA printer performance can be improved by benchmarking and ensuring technical exchanges with suppliers.
Coordinate graphic and printing projects, with all key stakeholders involved. Ensure an industrial project review is conducted to ensure that the solution fully meets industrial expectations
To drive the schedule, issues & actions, internal/external communication
Support for all IDEMIA manufacturing facilities in technical issues, production ramp-ups and sharing best practice
Work instruction to be provided in coordination with the Engineering/Methods team at the concerned site
Bachelor’s degree (B. S. ) with an emphasis on Printing/Graphics from a four year college or university
Solid understanding of engineering principles, including the development, qualification and implementation of new production processes in a manufacturing environment.
Excellent communication, presentation, and time management skills.
Experience with the introduction, qualification, and development of new products.