Demand Logic seeks an embedded systems engineer with a background in Linux system administration and experience of integrating embedded off-the-shelf hard- and software to join our systems architecture & infrastructure team.
We are an award-winning software services company forging new paths in the property technology sector with our ground-breaking approach to building performance management.
Our customers use our software to reduce the energy used in their buildings; to increase the comfort and wellbeing of building users, and to reduce the cost of maintaining their heating, ventilation and cooling assets. Our customers love our product; the majority see a return on their investment within the first few months of using Demand Logic.
We’re on a sustainability mission to get buildings to work properly, and we need your help to do it.
We’re looking for an experienced engineer excited by the challenges of rapidly scaling a fleet of embedded IoT devices and gateways.
Your job as a member of the infrastructure & architecture team is to administer our data acquisition device (DAD) fleet, improve on their architecture for simpler maintenance, and to scale their management systems.
You will also contribute to the design and development of the next generation of DADs.
You will be fully involved in the entire software development lifecycle, with plenty of opportunities to take the lead on various aspects of the work and the freedom to suggest new tools, techniques and processes. Pair-programming and mutual code-review are daily practises.
Demand Logic is an engineering-led company, so we appreciate any and all technical capability. If you’re interested in other technical disciplines, that’s a plus.
Though still a relatively small company, Demand Logic has developed a strong client base that includes blue chip companies and world-class universities. Though most buildings are in the UK, we have global ambitions and are already working with clients in the USA and Asia.
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We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
We positively encourage applications from groups typically underrepresented in STEM.