Timisoara | Rumänien System Developer - Electronics/Smart Door Access Products
Overview: The System Developer for Electronics/ Smart Door Access Products will create requirements and the architectural Design based on customer and internal product requirements. This important and decisive role is one of the key players in the product development team.
- The System Developer for Electronics/ Smart Door Access Products analyses the customer product requirements, discusses, and aligns them within the Huf-team and documents the conclusion
- Creates the system requirements and the system architectures
- Sets up a reuse strategy of requirements and architectural elements
- Provides on a regular basis status-reports of the project-requirements
- Supports on the creation of the technical product concept
- Contributes to the creation of the feature release plan in close cooperation with the team
- Supports test activities like test case review and test readiness review
- University Degree (Communication engineering, Electronics, Computer Science, Informatics)
- 3 years of experience in a comparable role in the automotive industry
- Experiences in Requirements Engineering tools
- Know how in embedded electronics
- Team player with an open-minded attitude
- Strong communicator both written and verbal in English and native language
- Self-efficient and organized in prioritizing tasks and projects.
- Induction and training programs that provide you with all of the knowledge to excel at the workplace
- Young, professional, and dynamic team
- Competitive salary and flexible benefits (sports, wellness, transport, holiday reward etc.)
- Health and well-being (medical care, fruits day, lunch vouchers etc.)
- Professional development both technical and managerial
- Increased work-life balance (flexible working hours and mobile work, extra vacation days)
- Special fidelity package
- Modern and central working facilities (contemporary offices, relaxing and entertainment areas).
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