Lecip Arcontia AB • Göteborg • Heltid
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As one of the product development team, you will design and develop new hardware for smart card readers, terminals for e-ticketing and e-payment in public transport - as well as maintain established products. You will work with several different hardware devices running a variety of operating systems including RTOS, Linux, Windows and Android.
We are looking for someone with a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering or related field and preferably has experience with product design and development. You have worked with HW development, analog/digital circuit design and PCB layout. Knowledge of EMC, RFID, antenna/RF design, micro controllers is merited. Ideally, we are looking for someone with +3 years’ experience.
You are interested in job under an international and challenging environment, as part of a small team having experience and knowledge of the cutting-edge technology for Smart Card Readers. It is a plus if you have worked in a product related industry.
Contact In this recruitment Lecip Arcontia collaborate with Sigma Recruit. If you would like to know more, contact the responsible recruitment consultant Kerstin Stener, Kerstin.email@example.com, 070-304 69 19. Selections and interviews will be held continuously, so please apply as soon as possible.
Lecip Arcontia AB has been active in smart cards since 1996 and is today a leading manufacturer of contactless smart card readers and terminals for e-tickets and e-payment in public transport. Since 2013, Lecip Arcontia AB is a wholly-owned subsidiary of LECIP Holdings Corporation, a publicly traded Japanese company listed on the Tokyo Exchange. LECIP was founded in 1953 and is today a Japanese market leader in ticket payment systems, LED lighting for transit equipment as well as LED signs and LCDs for transit industry. In recent years, LECIP's international operations have grown tremendously with subsidiaries in Singapore, Thailand, USA and Sweden. By the end of this year the Swedish subsidiary is moving from Västra Frölunda to new locals in Krokslätt, Mölndal.