IoT | Startup | Embedded | Electronics |
I am now working with a rapidly expanding IoT focused startup who feel the time is right to put an Engineering Manager in place to assist them as they continue to grow and scale up their business. Their recent success has taken their current engineering team up to 12 people and they expect this to continue to grow in the new year.
They are now keen to put an Engineering Manager in place to focus on that growth whilst also overseeing technical direction including: product development, third party vendors, strategic business and process decisions and much more. The ideal Engineering Manager will have a strong record in leading teams through the successful completion of multiple projects, have a strong technical background (embedded or electronics design ideally) and have experience growing multidisciplinary teams. Whilst any experience working closely with manufacturing partners and customers in Europe and the US is desirable.
The successful candidate will be given total control over the engineering division and will be expected to make an immediate impact and provide recommendations to the board of directors to enable the company to continue to grow in an appropriate manner whilst working with up to date technology and to the best development processes.
In return is a starting salary of up to 100k, share options, performance bonus and more. They are based to the South of Reading just off the M4 so easily commutable via the likes of: Maidenhead, Bracknell, Slough, Basingstoke, Newbury and Farnborough to name just a few.
If this is the role for you, hit the apply button and I will be in contact to discuss all the details in full!
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