Application Engineer - Robot Guidance Vision Systems

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2020-03-15

SICK är en världsledande leverantör av sensorer och sensorlösningar för industriella tillämpningar. SICK-koncernen har ca 10 000 anställda runt om i världen och huvudkontoret ligger i Waldkirch, Tyskland. SICK i Linköping är kompetenscenter för Machine Vision. Teknikområdet består av 3D-avbildning och mjukvara för bildanalys och visualisering. I mer än 30 år har SICK i Linköping framgångsrikt utvecklat och levererat teknikledande produkter inom 2D och 3D vision, liksom systemlösningar för t ex robotstyrning och kvalitetskontroll. SICK i Linköping har ca 75 anställda och finns i Mjärdevi Science Park.

Application Engineer, Robot Guidance Vision Systems

 

  • Do you want to work at one of Sweden’s Greatest Places to Work?
  • Do you want your work to have a meaning and make a difference for others?
  • Do you want to be a part of the new industrial revolution where vision and robots meet?

 

Are you a happy, social person that is motivated by technical challenges, enjoy an international working environment, is driven by exploration and innovation lust and have a “we just make it work” attitude?

 Then You might be the person we are looking for!

 The Industry is becoming more and more automated and there are high needs for smart and intuitive vision systems that are easy to integrate and operate. We work on a global market with an ever increasing need for vision guided robot applications. Simply put: We put eyes on robots.

As an application engineer in our Robot Guidance team you will help and assist our global sales organization as a technical expert on our systems, performing feasibility studies, demos, commissioning, technical support, trainings etc. Focus is to have a close customer relation and solve our customer’s automation challenges by help of using our Robot Vision systems. With this there is also a natural feedback back loop into the R&D development organization to further and continuously improve or customer offerings.

 We work in a team where we put great value in helping each other reaching our common targets. Our creative working environment gives great opportunities for own initiatives.    

 

Profile

We seek you that have a good sense for problem solving and are not afraid to think outside the box. You are motivated by seeing things finally working and that customers challenges get solved. You have a large interest in Machine Vision and automation technology in general. You are a good team player that enjoys working in smaller teams with a big global network.

 You have a bachelor or master degree, or a competence level comparable with that. Programming experience is required. Good knowledge in English is also necessary as well as both interest and ability for international travels. It is meriting if you have experience in image analysis and robot programming.

 We hire you much based on your open social attitude, your positive spirit and your will to learn new things and also for your big interest in technology and robot guided vision.

 

We offer

  • Challenging and motivating assignments in an international environment
  • Great colleagues! Males and females with different nationalities
  • Opportunity to work with latest technology in robotics and machine vision
  • A workplace where you will be listened to and where you have the possibility to influence your work.

 We like to think we are no individual super heroes here at work, but together we form plenty of A-teams that have great fun solving customer challenges!

 Welcome to a world of clever minds!

 

 Contact

For more information, please call Rickard Ekberg, Head of Robot Guidance System, Product Management, 013-362150, or our HR manager Mikael Sundh 013-362108. Please apply at career.sicklinkoping.se/  before 29 February. We evaluate applications as they come in and will hire as soon as we have found the right new colleague.

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Mikael Sundh

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