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Device Architect – Electricity meters and communication devices

Location: Zug, Switzerland

Energy utilities all over the world make our Group the leading provider of energy management solutions and services. We employ the latest technology to deliver value-driven solutions, with enhanced functionality. Over 6,000 employees in 30 countries all over the world commit their experience, passion and innovative power to create exceptional value for our customers.

We are extending the R&D team at our headquarters in Zug. We are looking for a highly skilled individual with a deep understanding of metering and smart grid applications to fill the position of  Device Architect – Electricity meters and communication devices.

In this challenging role you will play a key part in the architectural and functional design of metering, load management and communication devices in close cooperation with Product Management and experts from our R&D team.

In the described role you will

  • Prove the technical and architectural feasibility of new requirements
  • Ensure alignment of products and features
  • Effectively manage the breakdown of product requirements to a subsystem level
  • Write product specifications
  • Understand and monitor the product relevant norms and standards
  • Represent Landis+Gyr in standardization groups
  • Keep an overview of technology trends to bring innovative ideas to our new products

This key function requires a university level degree (FH/ETH or similar) in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or Computer Engineering. You have several years of experience in developing embedded systems and a deep understanding of metering products and communication technologies.

You are innovative and are used to work in a structured way with detailed documentation and a focus on quality. Fluent English (verbally and written), excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a team are a prerequisite. You enjoy working in an interdisciplinary project team within our multi-disciplined R&D community.

Please call Mr Daniel Gierke on +41 41 747 18 82 for further information or send us your application documents by email to [email protected]. We guarantee full confidentiality.

 

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