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Electronics Engineer

Voivodinovo - BULGARIA
We are currently looking for a motivated electronics engineer for our team. If you are interested in the field and want to be a part of our team, read the job description and presentation of the structure below.
About us – who we are

Our company invests significant efforts in the development of personalized products of a qualitatively new generation, striving to implement cutting-edge technologies and software. The focus in our product range is energy saving, ease of use and wide functionality of the products. Our team consists of software and hardware engineers specializing in electronics, production automation and application embedded software. Understanding of engineering theory and principles of design. High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual and difficult.

Our services and competences

We plan, design, develop and test the products according to the customers’ demands. Find the right products and solutions for perfect and comfort environment for residential and commercial buildings. Research and applying recent technologies and components to our products.
We develop brand new products – design, prototyping, testing and release.
Support and create technical documentation, solve technical issues, make updates.

Our success

We owe our success to an open communication strategy: we listen to and work closely together with our sales, marketing and production teams. This close collaboration, coupled with robust research and development, results in a deep understanding of the day-to-day challenges confronting the industry.

The daily activities of the Electronics engineer

The daily activities include the creation of  technical requirement specifications, components and sensors researches, electronic schematics development, PCB design and layout, embedded firmware, enclosure design, test stand design and fabrication, software and application creation, documentation creation, troubleshooting, solutions researches, solutions creation, evaluate and debug the prototype, program the microcontroller.

About you

At least a Bachelor’s Degree in electronics engineering or related field
Experience in the design of electronic schematics, PCB design 
Knowledge in embedded C programing for microcontrollers is an advantage
Good communication skills in English – written & spoken
Appropriate computer literacy

If you are independent, able to study the latest technologies by yourself,

motivated, a person with interests then you are the right employee for us!

Creativity, initiative and discipline are important, really matter!

We offer:

Possibilities for a professional development in a fast growing international company, an attractive salary, flexible working time, additional health insurance, additional pension insurance, food-vouchers at the highest amount, perfect working conditions, open and friendly working atmosphere.

Tell us what your interests and capabilities are and we will find the right job for you!
Escape from your boring everyday routine, become a member of our team!

Please send your CV, good luck!
Application Guidelines

  • Please send us your motivation letter, personal CV and other relevant documents (as diplomas, certificates, reference letters, portfolios).
  • Your personal unique CV should give us a clear view of your competences and skills along with a complete chronological overview of your education, previous jobs/experiences and other activities.
  • In your motivation letter, explain why the job and company are appealing to you, make it specific, personal and convincing. Why are you the most suitable candidate?
  • Write clearly, to-the-point and structured.
  • Mention when we can contact you best for an interview. In case of an interview, prepare yourself sufficiently for an open exchange of information.
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