The Umps Smart Home supports older Australians to stay safe and independent at home, and enables family and aged care providers to deliver the best possible care. Our technology uses connected power plugs to track real-time data on appliance use. If changes in appliance use indicate a decline in health and wellbeing, the system raises an alert to family or their aged care provider.
Today, we have thousands of devices in people’s homes and are fast becoming the IoT technology of choice for aged care. We’re ready to scale our impact to support more than 100,000 people over the next 3 years.
As an Embedded Systems Engineer, you will play a vital role in the development and large scale commercial deployment of our next generation of products, with a focus on increased functionality and scalability.
You will lead the development of firmware that powers the next-generation of the Umps Smart Home, and experience developing firmware for products of similar complexity will be highly regarded.
Deep expertise in the C programming language and development for both RTOS and embedded Linux-based systems is required, as is experience working with firmware testing frameworks and high availability, safety-critical products.
Experience with the following would be advantageous:
This role reports directly to the Head of Hardware Engineering, and will work closely with our CTO and other hardware engineers. We’re looking for someone with initiative and a great eye for detail who is at home working with a small, fast moving team.
100k base + 9.5% superannuation
This role is Melbourne based.
We all work flexibly. Please let us know how this role could be tailored for you.