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Software Electronics Engineer to Awake
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Software Electronics Engineer
As Software Electronics Engineer at Awake, you will be part of a talented and enthusiastic mechatronics team of approximately seven individuals. Within this team, you will work in cross-functional projects, hence you will gain insights, and be given opportunities to contribute beyond your primary area of expertise. You will take responsibility with pride and make sure your sub-projects are on track and executed effectively. The job role requires both a structured and strategic way of working, but also spending time in the lab for code testing, evaluation and iteration. Getting your fingers dirty and going out for product testing should be seen as a benefit, not an issue.

The main task is to engineer and evaluate a fully functional electrical drive system which can be adapted and applied to any electrical craft constructed by the Company.

    Manage your design projects
    Design and test SW
    Test and evaluate the SW from a HW perspective

    Power distribution
    Battery and cell integration
    C, C++
    General electrical design
    Automotive or similar

    Language requirement: English, spoken and written
    Employment status: Full-time
    Extended or irregular hours: May be required
    Start: Effective immediately

You are outgoing, thrill seeking, and a sports enthusiast! As a person, you are passionate, prestigeless and a great team player. The employees at Awake all share the same excitement for developing new technologies, and we believe you do too! You enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, while still keeping a sharp focus and attention to detail in your work.

We see that you ideally have more than two years of experience of working in a larger organization, most likely in a position within the department of research and development, from which you bring a strong sense of structure and process-oriented thinking. You have a degree in Electrical Engineering or within the following areas: Systems, control, automation and robotics or vehicle engineering.