Jala Tech is looking for Embedded Engineer who has experience as a hardware engineer.
- Build and develop firmware for Jala product
- Troubleshooting firmware for Jala product
- Responsible to create the technical documentation for the electronics components like PCB design, analysis/design review, and its result, assembly procedure/manual
- Maximum 30 years old in October 2021
- Vocational/Bachelor degree in Electronic/Mechatronic Engineering/Instrumentals Electronic or other related fields
- Experienced in hardware/embedded programming like C/C++
- Experience in using 7 QA tools, PDCA, and FTA
- Have experience in design analog circuits, digital circuits, and mixed-signal
- Have experience in microcontrollers (ARM, Cortex, Atmel)
- Have experience working in electronics projects
- Have experience in PCB design using EagleCAD
- Have experience in serial communication implementation protocols
- Have working experience maximum 2 years
- Fresh graduates are welcome to apply
In general, there are two stages of Embedded Engineer recruitment:
- Resume and portfolio screening
- On-site or call interview (we do recruitment in virtual since 2020)
Resume and portfolio screening
You will be asked to share your resume along with background information from academics and professional career experiences. Jala is looking for the culture-fit and technical skills to fit into the role that you apply from your past experiences. This process can take up to 7 working days.
If you pass the first stage, you will be asked to book a schedule for an interview with the Jala team consisting of the CTO, Hardware Manager, and head of HR. There are several topics that will be discussed in the interview, starting with the behavioral round and mock product interviews.
About Jala Tech
Jala offers a one-stop digital solution for shrimp farmers, leveraging their farming practices to ensure profitability and sustainability. We combine IoT water monitoring and data analytics system to achieve precision farming. Jala was founded by shrimp farmers that believe technologies will scale up shrimp production in a sustainable way. The complexity of the causes of failure in farming shrimp can be minimized by technology that helps farmers in taking preventive steps about the existing problems.