Do you want to work for a global player, where we care about ethics, inclusion and diversity and our people?
Eaton manufactures 3-phase UPS devices for the EMEA market at our facility in Espoo. We are looking for an experienced firmware engineer to join our Firmware development team to create and help maintain new code for the next generation of Eaton UPS devices.
As a Firmware Engineer you will take on interesting assignments with maintaining multiple modular products and solve problems down from hardware level to user interface design. In addition to UPSs we develop energy storage and hybrid UPS solutions. The future trend for UPSs is to be a part of the grid and support usage of renewable energy.
You will be responsible for firmware design, implementation and documentation and you will assist in evaluating and building code and testing it in real-world conditions. There is some room to tailor the content of the role according to your skills and wishes.
You will work within our world class Engineering Team in our Espoo Site as well as our global colleagues.
Requirements of the position:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Engineering
• Knowledge of embedded systems
• Experience with programming in C and C++
• Interest in electronics and coding
• Experience in writing Unit and System tests
• Proficiency in English
• Good problem solving skills
• You are self-driven
• Knowledge of power electronics
• Knowledge of control systems and algorithms
• Knowledge of communication protocols such as CAN, I2C, SPI, Ethernet, Modbus
• Knowledge of object oriented programming concepts
• Knowledge of other languages such as Python
• Knowledge of programming in embedded Linux environment
• Knowledge of agile methodologies
We would like to hear about you!
What Eaton offers:
For more information feel free to contact Otto Asunmma / Engineering Manager at OttoAsunmaa@Eaton.com .
When applying please include your CV and cover letter. If you have sample code to share with us, please include a text document with your code sample and a brief explanation of the function and purpose of your code, which you can upload along with your CV and cover letter.