Firmware Engineer

Department

Product & Technology

Summary

Andersen EV is a UK manufacturer of stylish charge points for electric vehicles. We blend Scandinavian inspired design with cutting edge innovation. Our unique design features, such as a solution that hides the cable and plug from sight, have helped us secure partnerships with vehicle manufacturers such as Porsche UK. All our intelligent EV charging points are IoT enabled, so customers can track things like their energy usage using our very own mobile application, Kønnect.

Despite a tumultuous 2020 the green revolution continues to surge and the state of play at Andersen EV is no different. We’re looking to grow our Product and Technology team by bringing on some of the best and brightest developers to help us expand our software propositions. You’ll be coming into a great team with lots of well-established architecture to pick up and make your own. Aside from writing beautiful code, we value good communication and a strong initiative, amongst other things.

As a Firmware Engineer at Andersen EV you will work alongside our Full Stack Engineer and Product Manager to design, develop, and maintain our charge point firmware and electronics. You’ll be involved in the development of innovative solutions to help optimise our charging systems and give our customers access to the latest EV technology. Alongside your development work, you’ll be expected to uphold the detailed level of documentation and reporting that all our tech team deliver in support of new features and releases.

Key Responsibilities

You should

Responsible for Staff/equipment

Laptop provided along with required software platforms

Reporting To

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Job Location

Flexible, our office is London based (Liverpool Street) but you’ll have autonomy to work wherever suits you

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people from all backgrounds, genders, and ethnicities to apply.

Salary

£50,000 to £60,000 depending on experience

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