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Eaton manufactures 3-phase UPS devices for the EMEA market at our facility in Espoo. We are looking for a talented firmware engineer to join our Firmware development team to create and help maintain new code for the next generation of Eaton UPS devices. As a Firmware Engineer you will take on interesting challenges with maintaining multiple modular products and solve problems down from hardware level to user interface design. In addition to UPSs we develop energy storage and hybrid UPS solutions. The future trend for UPSs is to be a part of the grid and support usage of renewable energy.
As a firmware engineer you will be responsible for firmware design, implementation and documentation and you will assist in evaluating and building code and testing it in real-world conditions. The assignment is suitable from experienced to newly graduated individuals as the assignments will be adapted to your experience level.
We make what matters work. Everywhere you look—from the technology and machinery that surrounds us, to the critical services and infrastructure that we depend on every day—you’ll find one thing in common. It all relies on power. That’s why Eaton is dedicated to improving people’s lives and the environment with power management technologies that are more reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Because this is what matters. We are confident we can deliver on this promise because of the attributes that our employees embody. We’re ethical, passionate, accountable, efficient, transparent and we’re committed to learning. These values enable us to tackle some of the toughest challenges on the planet, never losing sight of what matters.
Region: Europe, Middle East, Africa
Organization: PQED Power Quality Division EMEA
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Is remote work (i.e. working from home or another Eaton facility) allowed for this position?: No
Does this position offer relocation?: No