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Internet of Things Architect

Job Title: Internet of Things Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Netherlands,
Industry:
Salary: Competitve Package
REF: IoTArch2
Contact Name: Barty Isola
Contact Email: barty@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

Internet of Things Architect

Netherlands

Excellent Salary & Package on Offer

Relocation Package on offer

A cutting edge opportunity has arisen with a Global Household Brand for a Systems Architect who will focus on accelerating the realization of the Internet of Things. You will be involved in getting new and innovative products and services to the market with the opportunity to work across a variety of business environments and geographies.

As part of this global organisations Innovations Services department you will play a key role in the Systems Engineering group designing systems and architecture from concept to product realization for E2E connected product systems.

You will be key driver in creating an industry leading capability in an organisation with truly worldwide presence.

Responsibilities:

  • Become the best in designing user centric innovations and realizing user needs within time, cost, and quality constrains in medical environment
  • Become world-class in the of area digital connected systems & services, systems engineering, IoT eco-systems and platforms, and architecture & platforms
  • Support the quality and process improvement program in your group enabling a lean and efficient way of working for the whole department
  • Support engagements with business partners for Systems Engineering and maintain/build a cross-functional network to grow the service offering of Innovation Services
  • Become a leading system architect and drive the product development process in collaboration with the other Software department groups cloud engineering, embedded systems, application development, mobile platforms and other disciplines like electronics and mechatronics

Requirements

  • You have a Master Degree in SW Engineering or Informatics
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant work experience in (networked) product development as system designer or architect
  • You enjoy working in cross-functional teams; you are curious, open and enjoy working in an international environment
  • Strong technical skills in system design preferably complemented with adjacent software development competences (e.g. mobile applications, cloud hosting, data mining, IoT services, security, medical devices)
  • A passion for and a deep understanding of connected products, in particular complex eco-systems, digital, Software as a Service, and connectivity solutions
  • You have affinity with innovative development projects and feel comfortable with relatively vague requirements

If this opportunity is of interest please get in touch. For a confidential discussion contact Barty Isola on +44 (0)207 014 0230 or email barty@montash.com

IoT / Internet of Things / Connected Devices / IoT eco-systems / E2E connected product systems / Architect / Systems Architect / Systems Architecture / IoT Architecture / IoT Architect / IOT

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