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  • Budapest
    Budapest, Hungary
  • KUKA
    KUKA
  • Research & Development
    Research & Development

Responsibilities

  • hardware development of robotics control and communication devices,
  • design and validation in accordance to IEC 61508 and other related functional safety standards,
  • schematic & PCB design,
  • analyze/create technical requirements and specifications,
  • support production ramp-up,
  • monitor products in use to improve on future design,
  • qualify the final production development,
  • re-design for cost and parts availability.
  • define requirements, create specification for product design and support development efforts,
  • collaborate with R&D departments and 3rd party suppliers,
  • provide support to resolve quality issues
  • contact person to customer service and purchasing in technical issues

Application Requirements

  • BSc/MSc in Electrical or Mechatronics Engineering,
  • English language (German is a plus),
  • familiar with state-of-the-art technologies and relevant standards,
  • practical experience with ECAD software (Altium or equivalent) is a must,
  • relevant knowledge in DC power supply design is desired,
  • professional experience with ethernet PHYs, wireless communication systems (Ethernet 802.3, Wi-Fi 802.11ax, 5G NR) or near-field wireless power transmission are considered a huge plus.

What we offer

• Annual Bonus • Competitive salary and benefits

Flexible working hours
Home office possibility
Bilingual work environment 
Competitive salary and benefits
13th salary

Start date: Immediately

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