Simone Goethel, Phone: +43 (0) 1901 600, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vector Austria is looking for a Field Application Engineer for the products AUTOSAR -Classic and Adaptive and Flash Bootloader.
For this position we offer you a yearly salary range from EUR 42.000,- (beginner) up to EUR 70.000,- (experienced in our field) in addition to an innovative surrounding, an excellent working atmosphere ans a state-of-the art working environment in a stable group of companies. This is an excellent opportunity for the right person!
Why does Vector offer you the best workplace in Austria ? Because we do a lot to ensure that work does not feel like work. This includes individually tailored training opportunities, flexible working hours and a state-of-the-art workplace. We also support you with additional pension plan, additional health insurance, restaurant tickets, free drinks and fruit, public transportation pass.
Have we sparked your interest? Then apply here: jobs.vector.com
Vector is the premium partner for development of embedded electronics. For 30 years, we have worked with our customers to develop electronic innovations for the automotive industry and related sectors.
Vector has more than 2,500 employees worldwide at 26 locations engaged in something new every day to make the technologies of tomorrow ready for series production.
Vector - Automotive. Software. Engineering.
Vector Austria GmbH | Millennium Tower, Etage 41| Handelskai 94-96 | A-1200 Vienna
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