You analyse and develop new software features on existing and new Smappee hardware.
You follow-up new development and make sure that they are fully functional.
You provide development estimates and input to plan and build out the roadmap.
You follow-up new technologies and extend your knowledge on them.
What are we looking for?
Your passion for energy and smart home triggers you to take initiative and share ideas.
You deal with the full development cycle of analysis, development and testing.
You rely on at least a few years of experience as a firmware engineer and on a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
Your experience with embedded Java or C (C++) on embedded systems is essential to the job. Experience with other program languages like Java, Python might come in useful as well.
What can we offer you?
You will work in a horizontal structure with colleagues with a start-up mentality.
So, not 9-to-5 but a good work-life balance: limited commuting due to the ideal location along the E17, flexible working hours and lots of teambuilding activities.
We offer remuneration according to experience, completed with extra-legal benefits such as meal vouchers, eco vouchers, health insurance, group insurance and holidays supplemented with ADV days. Optional bicycle leasing.
You will be working in a brand new, high-tech building with ample parking space, bicycle storage, electric car chargers, fitness and its own restaurant.
And we offer a job where you can truly contribute to a better planet!
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