Opportunities at Morse Micro

Join our team of engineers, sales managers and marketeers in our mission to reinvent Wi-Fi for IoT
and become a part of tomorrow’s world today.

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Embedded Software/Firmware Engineer Intern
A paid, full-time position for an undergraduate – 6 months

Join Morse Micro in our mission to re-invent Wi-Fi for IoT. Are you passionate about embedded software design? Would you like to build an actual prototype design for a thriving start up? Curious to find out what it is like to develop tomorrow’s technology? Then come work for THE Australian semiconductor start-up in Sydney today. Learn from our talented, experienced team and shape the future of Wi-Fi with them.

Who We Are
Morse Micro is a young business building Wi-Fi HaLow chips for the industrial Internet of Things (IoT). We are designing a chip that is not much bigger than a mosquito, but reaches 10x further and lasts 200x longer on a tiny battery compared to a conventional Wi-Fi chip. With our technology we are enabling a multi-billion dollar market to securely connect countless devices efficiently.

What we offer
We are giving you an opportunity to work on an exciting project — starting as soon as possible. This will be a full-time, paid internship position with the possibility to turn into a full-time role afterwards. The internship is set up to be 6 months fulltime, preferably taking place between February and July 2019. The final month (July) can be flexible in regards to study commitments or exams. All candidates are considered – including international students. Use this opportunity to learn from some of the best engineers and benefit from the innovative environment of a semiconductor start-up. You’ll be focussing on building a next-generation Wi-Fi HaLow ultra-low-power prototype. You will get first-hand coaching from the team and the support needed for you to accomplish this goal. Also, there’ll be snacks to keep you going.

What we need
~ Knowledge of embedded programming in C.
~ Good understanding of embedded hardware devices and electronics.
~ General knowledge of hardware bus protocols like UART, SPI and I2C. ~ A hands-on, practical attitude.
~ Experience with Python.
~ Familiarity with GNU toolchain and git version control.
~ Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
~ Strong documentation skills.
~ Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
~ Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
~ Experience programming in Embedded Linux Environment (i.e. Raspberry Pi).

Extra Points for
~ Electronics design experience.
~ Knowledge of IEEE 802.11 and IEEE 802.11ah standards.
~ Interest in IoT devices and applications.

What’s in it for you
You will gain hands-on experience working with some of the best engineers in the industry on a daily basis. No, you won’t be making coffee. You’ll actually contribute to the design of our product, help us realise our vision and be part of a product that’ll be used universally.

If this sounds like you, please send us your resume/CV and a cover letter to info@morsemicro.com and tell us why you should be the next Morse Micro-er! Applications close on January 25th 2019.