About the role
X Shore is a fast-growing company, shaping the future of electric mobility. The team is small and consists of committed designers, engineers, and builders, working closely together. We are now looking to grow the team with an Embedded Software Engineer to work with the development of X-shores electric boats.
As an Embedded Software Engineer you will be joining the R&D Department in development of all systems in our boats. You will carry out all of the stages involved in developing software (design and analysis, architecture, coding, the acceptance procedure, tests and retro-tests, deployment, training, documentation, monitoring/assessment, and upgrades).
We offer a competitive salary, a stock option program, and the joy of testing our products in the beautiful Stockholm archipelago.
A strong interest and/or experience in the leisure boating and/or marine industry is mandatory and you should already know your way around a boat. You also have to be located in Stockholm.
- You have completed a Master's degree in Computer engineering, Electrical Engineering or similar and have at least one year experience.
- You have an inquiring mind and love the technical dimension.
- You have the ability to work independently and have excellent problem solving skills.
- You have experience and a strong interest in technology, sustainability, and boats.
- A strong interest and/or experience in the marine industry is a must!
We hope that you can start as soon as possible.
Full-time, permanent contract with probationary period.
Submit your application (CV + cover letter) online using the link below. We review applications on an ongoing basis.
About X Shore
X Shore is the world's first high-end electric craft, where design, technology and sustainability are combined to create a unique experience. Through the development of our all-electric luxury boats, we embrace the long tradition of maritime craftsmanship while discarding the dirty institution of fossil fuels. This is your opportunity to work for the company that is going to disrupt the marine tech industry.
Read more at www.xshore.com.