On behalf of a client Look Abroad! is looking for a Junior Electronics Engineer. Our client is a start-up in the robotics sector with a strong R&D profile and supported by external investors. They need you to help their R&D department designing electronics controlling servo motors. You will be working in a small team of talented engineers and will be able to use your analytical skills as well as your creativity.
You will be working with design and design changes of electronics used to drive and control servo motors, using e.g. Orcad or Autodesk Eagle for the design work.
You need to have the following qualifications
· An M.Sc. in engineering, focusing on electronics, such as industrial engineering specialised in industrial electronics, and automation or telecommunications specialised in electronics.
· At least 1 year of experience relevant for the job.
· Knowledge about or experience with several of the following:
o Electronics design using Orcad or Autodesk Eagle.
o Design related to 1 kW power electronics.
o Heat dissipation in electronics, including MOSFETs.
o Understanding of electromagnetism.
o Basic knowledge of control theory.
English will be your working language and you will need to have a level of at least B2.
For this job you will not need to speak Danish, but to be able to adapt well to life in Denmark you are encouraged to learn Danish.
Who are we looking for?
As you will be working in a start-up, you need to have a flexible mind and to be able to learn fast. You are able to be structured or creative as required by the present tasks. You like challenges and feel at home solving complex tasks in a dynamic environment.
Our offer to you
· An exciting job in a start-up.
· Good possibilities for developing your technical and personal competences.
· Good opportunities for coming up with your own ideas and solutions, thereby influencing the projects on which you work.
· A permanent contract.
· A salary significantly higher than the salary for a similar job in Spain.
· A job in Copenhagen, a city which is consistently being ranked as one of the best cities in the world to live in.
· Advice from Look Abroad! regarding the practical issues related to getting settled in Denmark.
How do you apply?
Please forward your application and CV in English marked ”Job 1116, Junior Electronics Engineer” by mail to Arne Beyerholm: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please forward your CV as soon as possible and not later than December 20th, 2019. CV´s are evaluated and interviews carried out continuously and the position will be closed once the right candidate has been found.
· Include a copy of your diploma including the results of all exams. Feel free to include any further attachments, which you find relevant, e.g. certificates, references, etc. These should preferably be in English, but we do accept them in Spanish.
· If you do not want to apply for this position, but would like us to consider your CV for other jobs in Denmark or Northern Europe, then feel free to forward your CV. Forward it by sending a mail with the title ”Unsolicited application”. Please include your diploma and other attachments as described in the paragraph above.
· Should you have any questions, then please send an e-mail to the above-mentioned mail address.