Job Description

We are looking to strengthen our software team with a member who has solid experience (preferably at least 2 years) in embedded software development and skills in using C++ programming language. We design software mostly for microcontroller-based systems and write support software for PCs. Knowledge and/or willingness to learn more about ARM based micro controllers and electronics will be helpful when performing the work. You will be part of the R&D department, and help refining our current products by developing new features to them as well as developing all new products.

Language skills required

English – professional level skills required

Finnish – preferred but not necessary since the company language is English

What Will This Position Offer You?
Above all, this position will offer you a unique opportunity to join a pioneering startup and to help to fight climate change and pollution. Furthermore, you will be part of strategically important R&D work. At this stage of the business you have a great opportunity to make a difference: you will contribute to create a whole new, eco-friendly marine technology for the global market, and your efforts will help Oceanvolt to stay in the frontline of development.

How To Apply:

Send your resume/CV and application with a salary request as soon as possible to anna.vanha-honko@oceanvolt.com but latest by Sunday 7th of July 2019.
Please note that we will start going through the applications already during the application time and proceed fast with this recruitment.

About Us

Founded in 2004, Oceanvolt is the leading manufacturer of hybrid electric power & propulsion systems for boats. Oceanvolt's serial produced motor systems have been installed on over 200 customer boats ranging from daysailers to 80 ft catamarans worldwide. The systems are not only suitable for cruising and sailing on lakes but also for circumnavigating the globe in tough conditions. Oceanvolt has world leading technology in regeneration (capturing energy when sailing) which can make a sailing boat totally self-sufficient on energy.

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