Despite the corona crisis, we continue to recruit for our vacancies!
By choosing TOPIC, you choose an ambitious team with over 20 years of embedded system development experience. You are surrounded by passionate colleagues and appealing clients who work together in creating and developing state of the art solutions.
Besides offering a challenging job and strong terms of employment we consider personal growth our main goal. When people grow, everything around them grows. As our software designers grow, so does our company and so do our clients. That’s our goal. We offer you freedom and the top brands to work with. Think of companies as ASML, OCÉ, Philips, NXP, ESA, VanDerLande, TomTom etc.
As a driven, enthusiastic and ambitious Software Designer, you’ll be part of a team working on state-of-the-art projects. These projects are carried out on-site with our customers in the High-Tech industry, or take place at our own offices. Our projects cover the entire process, ranging from the definition of requirements phase with the customer to delivery, which requires the necessary expertise in one or more programming languages.
As a Software Designer, you’ll have a diverse position, which involves working on various challenging projects for healthcare, smart robotics, space & defense, automotive, transport, infrastructure & logistics and research clusters.
Within Topics, we take an Agile approach to our projects, which means you’ll start off the day with a stand-up meeting with your team and have weekly or bi-weekly sprints, depending on the project. You’ll have your own responsibilities within the team like the design, helping the team out and you’ll be free to schedule your own work day and your work. In addition to technical competences skills, a Software Designer at Topic must also have good leaderships skills to help the team and communication skills, because you’ll have direct contact with our customers.
We are looking for candidates who fit the following profile:
TOPIC offers you a permanent employment contract and;
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