Careers at Virtual Access

Telecommunications Embedded Software Engineer

Listed on April 20, 2022 -- apply by May 27, 2022

Welcome to a rapidly growing international company, thriving at the forefront of cutting-edge technology.

Virtual Access is part of the Westermo Network Technologies group which is based in Sweden. Westermo develops and manufactures advanced devices for industrial data communication, used in mission critical installations and harsh industrial environments. The very robust and secure communication networks built with our products provide a high value for our customers.

Our technology is used to deliver services to end customers in markets such as financial transactions (automatic teller machine), Smart Grid and Smart Metering, public transportation, and national lotteries.

We are passionate about taking advantage of the growth opportunities in our market. The work environment is very dynamic with great loyalty and team spirit.

Virtual Access is continuing to grow, and we are now looking for energetic and talented people to join us!

Robust industrial data communications – Made easy

Westermo is a leading supplier of Industrial Data Communications equipment to the World market. Sales are conducted through our own offices in key markets in Europe, North America, Australia and Asia, as well as through distributors and OEM customers worldwide. Development and manufacturing take place in Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland. Westermo was founded in 1975 and has today more than 300 employees with a turnover around 800 MSEK. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Beijer Electronics AB, listed on the stock exchange.

Are you our new Embedded Software Engineer?

Yes, if you are interested in developing networking software under Linux OS.

Yes, if you like to work in a small (<10) team.

Yes, if you prefer coarse-grained tasks including some research.

And finally, yes, if you want to make an impact: our devices work in real environments adding value for our customers and their customers every day.

 

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