Thousands of us around the world wake up every day with a common purpose: to make the world a safer, more secure and sustainable place. Science is in our DNA; we are endlessly curious and passionate about seeking and speaking the truth. We take delight in knowing that our work makes a meaningful contribution to society, and we are proud that our culture is centred on integrity, collaboration, inclusion and excellence. UL stands at the forefront of technological advancement, and we are continually challenged to find new ways to foster innovation and positive change. Satisfying? Yes. Exciting? Absolutely!
At UL Identity Management & Security (IMS) we aim to make the cyber world more secure. We work with our customers to test, validate/verify, certify, and advise on the functional security and non-functional cybersecurity of their products, systems, and ecosystems. We make sure the security functions of products and systems work as they should, and we help customers test their connected technologies for hackability. Through our creation of cybersecurity frameworks and standards, we help our customers define and implement their security strategies.
As UL's footprint continues to grow, we are looking for a Hardware Engineer to join our global technology team based from our office in Leiden, Netherlands. You can also be based in our Edinburgh, Dublin, Sao Paulo, or Atlanta office.
Our team consists of a unique combination of engineers, scientists and hackers working on software and hardware, which is used to ensure the security and interoperability within the world of electronic transactions, including the latest mobile payment solutions and modern transit payment systems. Apart from developing software and hardware, the team also delivers technical advisory to customers worldwide. Our tools, consisting of desktop, web-based and mobile software and specialized hardware, are used by major payment industry players in order to test systems and devices such as data processing systems, mobile devices, point-of-sale terminals, ATMs and SIM cards.
As a Hardware Engineer you will join one of our Scrum Teams to maintain and develop a portfolio of payment technology related test tools. You will work closely with the software engineers and technical analysts in your team. Together with the team, you will be involved in the full development cycle of electronic products, ranging from a complete new design and implementation to expanding functionalities on existing products. You will develop firmware and provide quick resolutions to problems customers may encounter, as well as oversee the production of the hardware portfolio.
In this hands-on role, you will be part of a dynamic and international development team, using cutting edge technology to develop an advanced portfolio of platforms for major payment and security industry players.
Working at UL is an exciting journey that twists and turns daily. We thrive in the twists and revel in the turns. This is our every day. This is our normal.
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