Company: FOCUS ON
Location: Dordrecht

Are you interested in the analysis and development of best practices for state-of-the-art assembly technology and setting up the needs for the design of our facility in relation to product & growth?

Do you have an independent and creative mind? We encourage out of the box thinking. An eye for details and quality? The desire to work in an agile manner with a lot of freedom?

Project, we are looking for students who can contribute to the development, design, and implementation of innovative concepts, separated in 3 phases.

Phase 1 Requirements and best practices: study into the specifications for an assembly facility that fits our production process and product and a case study into the application of highly efficient technologies applied in other industries and other cases comparable with our assembly process.

Phase 2 conceptual design: design and simulation of concepts for an assembly line, a layout plan for efficient and scalable production and innovative logistics solutions based on production numbers, max tack time, and reduction of internal logistics.

Phase 3 research and design: of specific solutions or constructions to be developed for our facility.

We are looking for:

We are looking for students with a background in the field of industrial engineering, technical business administration, and production automation who are available for a period of at least 3 months and want to contribute to this development.

We offer:

A dynamic, creative, and ambitious working environment where you will have a lot of freedom to work the way you do best, learn from very talented members from various fields, and have plenty of room for individual input. You can take the lead in various topics that deem important for the development of our facility while designing innovative solutions.

Interested in joining the team? 

If you are interested in joining a start-up environment full of energy and creativity, send us your CV at You can find more information about our company on our website: