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EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ENGINEER
We are now looking for an engineer in embedded systems who wants to work with a driven team at OIM.
Do you want to be involved in developing products that make a real difference in people’s everyday lives and lives?
Imagine an everyday life where your ability to innovate, together with OIM’s innovative product development thinking, creates accurate solutions for innovative customers in the world. This everyday life can be yours!
OIM Sweden AB is an innovation-driven consulting company that ensures our customers’ competitiveness through a partnership where product development and people are in focus.
Our knowledge, innovation-driven working methods, and experience together give us the conditions to take on the most challenging assignments and develop the most driven engineers.
Our delivery is based on the customer’s needs, which is why you will find us both at the customer’s premises and in larger projects with us. The focus is to ensure that we deliver innovative solutions.
What would your new everyday life entail?
You would have the opportunity to be an important player in delivering innovative product and system solutions to our customers. We create reality from ideas and are convinced that our ability to drive product development from idea to production here on-site is unique. It creates new opportunities for you that are far greater than just the specific project. This develops you as an engineer in ways you didn’t think were possible.
Imagine an everyday life where you get the chance to work on multidisciplinary innovative product development assignments or in one of our several in-house projects.
As one of the teams at OIM, you always have access to our collective expertise and to our premises that house labs, prototype workshops, production areas, and lots of job satisfaction.
We believe that our next colleague has a college or civil engineering degree in the relevant technical field and knowledgeable in one or more of the following techniques and tools:
- Hardware-related programming
- Agile methods
- Real-time programming