Are you ready for a fresh start? Then visit our Seats to meet event at Sioux in Eindhoven. Take this opportunity to become familiar with our challenging work, our people and our unique corporate culture in a fun and personal way.
You’ve come to the right place at Sioux. As a mechatronics student, you will be responsible for diverse and great development and manufacturing projects for reputable clients. You will get all the freedom to manage them in your own way, grow your skills and knowledge, and shape your development. We would like you to experience this during one of the Seats to meet days that we organise regularly. You yourself will be the central figure, and you will get to know Sioux inside out.
Come to the event and meet our staff in a personal conversation. Ask them for their experiences, share your ambitions and indicate what Sioux can mean for you. You determine the topics and we will tell you everything you want to know about our company, our challenging projects, the growth opportunities and your prospects. Naturally, this will take place in the informal and relaxed atmosphere that Sioux is known for.
14:30 - 15:00 Welcome!
15:00 - 15:30 Introduction to Sioux
15:30 - 17:00 Workshop & Demo's
17:00 - 18:00 Diner
18:00 - 19:00 Personal conversation
19:00 - Q&A
Ronald Melenhorst is a mechanics system designer with a passion for precision mechanics. Talk to him if you want to learn more about his projects and his personal development at Sioux.
'For me, each project is a new challenge'
Pieter-Bas Wulms is a principal system designer at the Sioux Technologies. He works on the development of mechatronic systems. Pieter-Bas is an expert in flow and thermal design.
Jeroen Paulussen is a software system designer; he can tell you what challenges you will encounter in Mechatronics software engineering. But you can also talk to him about the unique corporate culture of Sioux.
Project management plays an important part in the coordination between technical disciplines, the team and the customer. Experienced Sioux project leader Dimitri Eijkman would like to tell you all about this role.
Michiel van Beek is a physicist specialized in optical system design. In a talk with Michiel, he can explain you everything about your role as a physicist within Sioux and how physics and optics play a central role in many of our system projects.
Are you more into hardware and electrical engineering? Then talk to Erwin Kruizinga. Like no other, he can tell you what we have established in this field at Sioux.
Sioux also has offices in Eindhoven (Assembly and Software, Electronics & Mathware), in Apeldoorn, in Randstad (Delft & Mijdrecht) and Software in Herentals, Ghent & Leuven (Belgium). Would you like to get in touch with one of the other departments? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the office of your choice. Or are you unable to attend, you can meet us at another time.