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MySense is a wellbeing analytics platform which utilises a suite of Zigbee IoT sensors, a sleep belt and a wearable device to provide valuable insights into a person’s behaviour in order to improve quality of care and support.
We are at the forefront of a new industry which is improving people’s lives using technology, your work will have great value and purpose. Our ideal candidate has leadership capabilities, a passion for design and strong attention to detail.
This unique role requires a Golang engineer to rebuild an embedded Java application using Go microprocesses. The current app is written in Java 8 and is hosted on an Embedded Linux system. You will need a passion for hardware and IoT as you will be doing a lot of testing using physical IoT devices.
You will work directly with the Engineering Lead to create production ready code with good test coverage. If you are a Go engineer who has always tinkered and enjoyed working with embedded Linux devices, this job will be perfect for you. The role will involve learning new technologies and becoming the go-to expert for all things gateway related.
We are a fast-growing scale-up in the IoT health space, you will help shape the team and company and your decisions will have a huge impact. As an IoT company, the challenges we face are often novel and require unique and innovative solutions which can be both invigorating and rewarding. We trust our engineers, remote working is very much encouraged.
We foster a culture of openness and authenticity over structure and process. Strong communication, learning and collaboration are what we strive for and we are looking for people who share these values.
We are set up to work fully remotely, and this is how we will continue to operate. We do have offices which can be used as and when required.
We are right by Lambeth Bridge on the 12th floor of Westminster Tower with great views overlooking the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye.