Full Stack IoT Engineer (Budapest)

Short Facts

  • Budapest
    Budapest, Hungary
  • KUKA
    KUKA
  • IIoT Projects and Solutions
    IIoT Projects and Solutions
  • Permanent Position
    Permanent Position

Responsibilities

  • work on the backend and frontend software components of our IIoT solution in a mutinational team,
  • development of new software modules in Java, Javascript or any other programming languages,
  • write unit, integration and UI tests to ensure quality of the newly developed functionalities,
  • create and experiment with proof-of-concept solutions requested by our customers,
  • travel abroad (~25%) to meet customers onsite (mostly Germany).

Application Requirements

  • technical university degree (information technology, electrical engineering, mathematician etc…),
  • at least 2 years of programming experience,
  • experience in Java and/or Javascript,
  • know how to use git version control,
  • intermediate English knowledge at least- written and spoken,
  • ability to work independently.

Preference

  • react.js or other frontend technologies,

  • spring based microservice architecture,

  • docker

  • agile Development (SCRUM)

  • MongoDB or PostgreSQL.

    

 

What we offer

• unique opportunity to work with industrial robots in a modern office in the market leader company of industrial automation • bilingual work environment • international projects • competitive salary and benefits • cafeteria, 13. months salary, annual bonus • health insurance • flexible working hours • home office opportunity • recreational opportunities

Start date: Immediately

Full Stack IoT Engineer

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