As an optical engineer at FlatFrog you will be part of a team of senior developers.
Your daily role will include working with external suppliers of optical parts, developing test equipment for manufacturers, and/or developing schedules and quality assurance in Sweden and in Asia.
You have a master’s or Ph.D. degree in physics or similar. You are comfortable with mechanical and optical measurements and analyzing those results.
We expect an individual who sees a challenge in working with a high-performing Agile team and who has a passion in delivering better-than-expected results. We are looking for an open-minded and humble individual who has a strong belief in his/her skills. You search for answers and information and can offer and receive help and get help from your colleagues. You are pragmatic and focused on getting things to work all the way inception to the end goal: our customers.
The role may be improved and defined by the applicant, depending on his/her experience and a wish for self-development.
· Lab measurements on optomechanics
· Ability to communicate in English
· Master's/Ph.D. degree in Physics or equivalent
· Experience working with Asia
· Experience in high-volume production
· Python programming
At FlatFrog, we put our customers and users first. We have led the disruptive innovation around natural digital writing for large displays and continue to innovate with new interactive solutions for corporate, education and other vertical markets.
We are revolutionizing the corporate conference rooms and school classrooms around the world with our high-performance patented InGlass™ technology. Our customers are large international brands that sell complete displays and products to corporate and education markets. FlatFrog develops, from the ground up, both software and hardware made for large-volume production. Our headquarters are in Lund, Sweden, with offices in Silicon Valley and Asia.
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