Hardware Design Engineer (IoT)

Hardware Design Engineer (IoT)

Location:
Dublin Northside
Type:
Permanent
Category:
Technology, Engineering
Salary:

€50,000 - €65,000 salary depending on experience and skill levels 

Experience required:
3-5 years

Hardware Design Engineer (IoT)

Want to work for an Irish owned IoT instrumentation / Data Analytics business for remote environmental monitoring, - the sensors deliver robust analytics to deliver high-quality data from brownfield sites and provides a cost-effective solution to long-term monitoring requirements. This is an important role for new product development of 3 in a rapidly growing company based in north side Dublin. It will comprise of the assessment of the feasibility of sensors for a number of identified commercial opportunities with subsequent design, prototyping and testing of new features for existing product sets and integrated systems. You will be joining a team of electronics and software engineers, contributing from the mechanical design perspective.

Sounds good – how do I secure an interview?

By bringing to the table a

·         degree in electronic engineering or related field

·         3-5 years’ experience in sensor instrumentation, design & development

·         Strong experience in project management, scope detailing and multi-tasking

·         Strong skills in design thinking, conceptualisation, prototyping and design  

·         Familiarity with IOT sensors specification & integration

·         Strong skills in Python as they are moving from C / C++  

·         Experience in design and implementation of off-grid remote sensor instrumentation is very advantageous

·         Interest in sensors, data, and environmental technologies

·         A self-starter with a flair for and ability to work towards delivering user requirements

·         Excellent communication and time management skills

·         Attention to detail and high standard of quality of work

 

€50-65K salary depending on experience and skill levels 

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