Are you a recent Computer Science, Mechatronics, Electrical or Electronics graduate whose passion is writing firmware code that makes cutting edge products come to life? Do you want to start your career by working in one of the most specialised and challenging industries?
Join Morse Micro’s 6-month paid Firmware Graduate Program which will take the skills you learned in university and put them to use.
Morse Micro is a multinational fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Sydney, with offices in the US, India and China. Morse Micro’s founding team consists of world-class engineers including the original inventors of Wi-Fi. Our diverse team consisting of engineers from over 34 different countries make Morse Micro a unique and collaborative work environment.
At Morse Micro, we are reinventing Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things. We are developing the industry’s smallest, fastest and lowest power Wi-Fi HaLow chip that can connect thousands of IoT devices and reaches 10 times farther than today’s Wi-Fi.
Our firmware team develops the software stack for Morse Micro’s next generation long range, low power Wi-Fi chips. The scope of the team involves developing high performance firmware running on multi-core, custom RISC-V CPUs, as well as writing embedded linux device drivers and python tooling for automated testing. Morse Micro is a highly collaborative environment; the firmware team works closely with our analog and digital chip teams, wireless systems engineers and customer applications teams. Does this sound like your dream job?
Join Morse Micro’s Firmware Engineer Graduate Program. You’ll start with a rotation throughout the company and our various engineering teams before securing a spot in the firmware team for 6 months. With hands-on support from our superstar team, you’ll hit the ground running!
Applications are open now until 13th August 2021. The program will commence September 2021. At successful completion of the program, there is a possibility for full-time permanent employment with us. This program will be full-time in person at our office in Sydney. This program is open for Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or Post-Graduates with a current Post-Graduate 485 visa (or similar visa that allows for full-time work; further visa sponsorship is available after the program if you accept a permanent position with us).
Apply below with your CV and cover letter outlining what makes you stick out of the crowd!
We asked our Graduate Engineers to share their experience of the program for future graduates who are considering applying:
Q. Would you recommend this program to other recent graduates? If so, why?
A. "I am more than glad to have applied for the Morse Micro Grad Program (January 2020). Applying for this program is one of the best things I have done so far..... I recommend this program to other recent graduates because it ensures that you become aware of all the teams involved in IC design and the complexity involved with the work of each team. After the rotation period is over, I was able to learn and work on practical issues, know where they are used and why they are important, all with the support from highly experienced and passionate teammates." - Ananya Subhash, Graduate Systems Engineer
A. “Yes, I would recommend it! There are tons of graduates out there who are very talented and this kind of opportunity can give them a life changing platform. They will be able to do well too if given the opportunity! I felt on top of the world the day I got the offer to join Morse Micro’s Graduate Program. For the first time I felt my learning, skills and education are being used and I'm so grateful. I'm getting the chance to learn so many things with top mentorship. I'm sure this is going to help me greatly in my career.” Aman Shreshtha, Graduate Systems Test Engineer
A. “I would recommend the program to others because it gives you good insight into the whole system at first and then gives you a chance to get hands-on experience in the team that would suit you. The program prepares a graduate really well to succeed in the business.” - Ahmed Emad Ahmed Saber, Graduate Software Engineer
Q. What is the most important lesson or surprising thing you learned from the Morse Micro grad program?
A. “I learned that when people from different backgrounds collaborate together on something they can always solve the problem.” Ahmed Saber, Graduate Software Engineer