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Electronics Engineer

Katowice, Poland

Full time employment or B2B

12 000 to 20 000 PLN

(B2B / mo net)

10 000 to 18 000 PLN

(Contract of Employment / mo gross)

Job description

We’re looking for a Electronics Engineer with good all-round experience. Given the appropriate documentation and information, you should be able to ideate a circuit diagram and bring it to a complete, production-ready final design as a part of a larger PCB, all the way up to board bring-up. Not on the first run of course – PCB design is a complex beast, and we’ll go over several test batches to iron out any issues.

  • You’ll work as part of a team, so we expect you to be able to enter the pipeline at any stage. That means working with other people’s designs and documentation. Our engineering and managerial staff are well versed in EE, and we encourage a free flow of ideas and experience - it’s beneficial for everyone, especially in EE where practical experience matters a lot.
  • You’ll work with people of similarly broad skillset, in a lab adequately equipped to handle most of the cases we’ll be dealing with. That includes high-speed digital IO, like DDR3/DDR4 memory, PCIe and USB 3.0 and above. You’ll also be dealing with radio signals (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc), power sections and super-silent power domains. Ability to design analog electronics is a huge bonus.
  • Manual skills are a huge bonus too. This is development work, so rerouting path traces using enamel wire on a prototype or desoldering/resoldering components is a part of the job. If you can’t do it, or don’t want to do it, it’s fine – someone else will handle that. But we expect you’ll be able to instruct your colleagues on what needs to be done.
  • Due to the nature of this work, you will most likely need to work from the office, to guarantee that you have access to the lab facilities. But only when necessary – we practice flex hours and remote work successfully, and it’s the work done that matters above anything else. People differ, so if you feel that you can be successful working remotely – we’re open for discussion.
  • No minimal years of experience required. We value you for your skills, and that’s what we’ll focus on during the interview.


  • You’ll be designing circuit schematics and PCBs for both digital and analog circuits with strong focus on:
    • High frequency digital lanes and radio signals (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc)
    • Power sections, super-silent power domains
    • Analog electronics
    • High Speed IO (DDR3/4, PCIe, USB 3.0 and higher, etc)

What we are looking for

  • You’ll have to be available on location. We practice flex hours, and you can work remotely for a part of the week, but you’ll need access to the lab facilities, devices, and be able to work on-site when the need arises.
  • You are able to design a circuit schematic diagram by yourself and as part of a team, and work on existing designs.
  • You can design a PCB layout and trace on the basis of a schematic, or modify existing trace and layout.
  • You're capable of performing a board bring-up based on schematics and documentation.
  • You have good knowledge of Altium Designer.
  • No minimum years of experience, but we expect you to prove the quality of your work with existing projects.
  • Experience with Radio Certification (i.e. WiFi) is very welcome.
  • Communicative English

Nice to haves:

Experience with Cadence OrCAD

How we work

  • Laptop
  • Additional monitor
  • Business phone
  • Freedom to select tools
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • Can switch project

Our HQ is located in Poland, in the city of Katowice, one of the country’s most prominent industrial and technological hubs.

The office has good access, whether you decide to arrive there by car, bicycle, or public transport.

There is a car parking area next to the office building, fully paid-for, with security and guaranteed individual parking spaces.

There are guarded and monitored bike stands on the premises as well, or you can take your bicycle into the office - there’s enough space to store it there.

If you’d prefer to use public transport, there is a bus stop just outside the building’s gate.

The city also has a variety of taxi companies, Uber, and electric scooter services.

The nature of our work favors direct access to the facilities, like the electronics lab. Your ability to visit the office when necessary would be a huge benefit for you - you’d gain access to hardware not available elsewhere, and could participate in the full production pipeline of our products.

However, we do understand that work style preferences vary from person to person, and the ability to work in the most adaptable way is important, especially due to the ongoing pandemic - that’s why we’ll negotiate potential relocation or special requirements on a case by case basis.

You choose the tools you work with. From the operating system, to the IDE's and text editors, the choice is all yours. There are some programs and services we use for team-oriented tasks.

The tools we normally use are:

  • Cloud provided services from Google and Dropbox.
  • Main communication channels reside on Slack.
  • We use Google Meet for conferencing, but we can use other options too.

The above are necessary, but you choose how to use them - you can install the dedicated apps, use the services in the browser, in CLI or custom UI via 3rd party apps, etc.

Some software we use - especially in the PCB manufacturing, testing and simulation pipelines - is strongly preferred, and we’ll insist on it unless you can prove you have better efficiency elsewhere or good reasons not to use it. We're always on the lookout for new hardware and software tools to aid us in our work, and we believe in using the best tool for the task, so if you like to work with a specific toolset, let us know about it - we're interested in your workflow.

We can provide you with a laptop - either preconfigured, or you can configure it yourself to your preference. You’re welcome to bring your own device if you so prefer.

We have a state-of-the-art electronics development lab that you’re welcome to use. If you need a device that’s not currently available, and its function is not replicated by any of the available hardware, we’ll act depending on the individual case - purchase the necessary hardware, lend it, or delegate this particular task to one of our trusted local partners.

We’re seeking people for long-term employment. Ideally we’d prefer if you could plan your career with us for several years at least, but regardless of that, we’ll help you stay competitive on the market and do our best to cater to your learning and personal development needs.

That’s partially in the definition of the job - we work with a lot of cutting edge technologies and develop them ourselves. In practice, this means that you’ll have to choose between multiple interesting technologies rather than trying to choose the least boring ones. No vendor lock-in, a lot of mutual trust.

Talking about trust - we’ll need you to sign a Non Disclosure Agreement. We’re typically working with sensitive materials, including client data, product documentation, schematics, and other information that should not be circulated freely. If you’re not comfortable with it, have some unfortunate background history, or are concerned you may not meet our expectations in this regard - regrettably, there’s nothing we can do about it. It’s a hard requirement.

On the upside - some of the things you’ll be doing have the opportunity to shape the future of the global technological landscape, with your name engraved on them.

We like to keep it simple.

We’ll invite you to a meeting where we’ll assess your suitability for the position. It can take place online, or you can show up in person - that’s totally up to your preference.

We may ask you for a follow-up meeting depending on how you perform. Depending on the outcomes, or by your individual request, you may get a probation period so we can mutually check if we meet each other's expectations.

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