ELECTRONICS DESIGN ENGINEER, COME AND CREATE A FUTURE WITH US!
DO YOU DARE TO take on the development of the bike parts of the future, in a young and hungry team? Here is a unique opportunity for you who have a passion for design, concept and component development. Herrmans is looking for an Electronics design engineer for a team of 8 people. The entire bicycle industry, with e-bikes at the forefront, is growing. Herrmans has 60 years of experience and the whole future ahead. This is a place of great growth, a strong passion and a will to test and develop. We are the market leader in this area, and always want to be at the forefront. A place for freedom to develop and market shares to win.
FUNCTIONALITY, QUALITY AND DURABILITY will become key words in your work. Your duties include designing and developing new and existing products. Depending on the scope of the project, the work is either done in teams or independently. You focus on the technical parts linked to electronic and optical design and development, as well as plan and perform testing of the products. You are also responsible for project documentation and coordinating the work with your team, customers and subcontractors. You report to the company’s RD manager.
WE WOULD LIKE YOU to have at least three years of work experience from the manufacturing industry and education in engineering, preferably in electronics or optics. Internal working languages are Swedish, Finnish and English, and you should be able to communicate fluently in at least one of these. The head office is in Sandsund, but you decide your location. If you have plans to move to the Jakobstad-region, we are happy to help with housing – and with finding jobs for any partner. Ostrobothnia offers a child-friendly, scenic and meaningful everyday life for the whole family. The job starts on the 1st of January 2020, or earlier.
A-zeta Consulting are handling the recruitment process. For more information please contact
Recruitment Consultant Janina Björk on +358 (0)44-527 1293 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit your application no later than 17.11.2019 at