Electronic Engineer

Le Noirmont (JU)

Company


GEOSATIS is the world’s leading maker of end-to-end electronic monitoring and predictive analytics solution for the criminal justice system. The company offers a secure, reliable, convenient and cost-effective complete solution (ankle bracelet, indoor base station, victim protection device, monitoring software & mobile app) for enhanced public safety, successful offender rehabilitation and reduced recidivism – using Swiss precision, quality and innovation.

The company was founded in 2011 as a spin-off from the renowned technical university of EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland – and has been focusing ever since at revolutionizing the electronic monitoring industry through in-depth customer understanding and breakthrough innovations that challenge the status quo and deliver radically better products and services.

Our young and dynamic team operates from our Head office in Le Noirmont (JU), and from our Lab office at the EPFL Innovation Park in Lausanne (VD) – and is currently experiencing a strong growth on both the R&D and business side of things.

Job description


We are looking for a person (M/F) to join the R&D team dedicated to the hardware development of the company’s products. For this position, the company is looking for an Electronic Engineer.

Responsabilities


  • Design new electronic circuits or products, including component research and comparison, electronic schematic and layout, integration in a standard or custom casing, prototyping, test and design validation
  • Find and evaluate solutions to improve existing projects, based on customer feedback or known issues
  • Test design and implementation to validate the functionalities according to the specifications
  • Manufacturing (in house or sub-contracted) of prototypes or test equipment for internal use

Requirements


  • MSc or BSc from a leading university or institute of technology
  • Deep knowledge of electronic circuit design, schematic and layout (Altium designer)
  • Basic knowledge in embedded software development on microcontrollers (ARM, Xmega)
  • Knowledge of mechanical design and/or Linux a plus
  • Interest and creativity in solving challenges while developing new devices
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment with a cross-functional team, as well as autonomously
  • French and/or English written and oral skills (other languages a plus)
  • Resident in Switzerland

Information


  • Expected start date: As soon as possible
  • Place of work: Le Noirmont (JU)
  • Contract type: Permanent