Field Application Engineer - Telematics Devices

UK-United Kingdom
Job ID
2017-1947
# of Openings
1
Category
Information Technology

Overview

We are CalAmp, the pure-play pioneering leader of the Connected Car, Connect Truck and broader Industrial Internet of Things marketplace. Currently, we are seeking a Field Application Engineer. This is an excellent opportunity for those who wish to work for a stable, well-established company that builds transformational technologies within the revolutionary domain of IoT.

 

We believe that people are our greatest asset and we are committed to being an employer of choice in our industry. CalAmp offers an engaging and diverse work environment that permits our people to take pride in their contributions and share in the company’s success. Our employees can expect the space to showcase their talent, sharpen their skills, develop new capabilities, and be a part of a global team that develops revolutionary technologies. We proudly offer the stability and security of a large publicly-traded tech company without the rigidity and red tape.

 

In particular, we offer:

  • Meaningful work with the potential to disrupt an entire industry
  • Visionary leadership
  • Excellent compensation packages
  • An extensive suite of medical and retirement benefits
  • Flexible time off policy and accommodating work schedules
  • Education Assistance Program (Tuition Reimbursement)
  • Access to cutting-edge tools and technologies
  • Innovative, intelligent, collaborative teammates

Responsibilities

Field Applications engineer in support of TBSU products and solutions.

Qualifications

Must Have

  • HND/HNC/relevant C&G or BSc.

Strong Plus

  • Experience in the IoT or Telematics industry

If you are an experienced Field Application Engineer with an interest in the Internet of Things domain, we want to speak with you. Interviews are occurring this week and next so apply now if interested.

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