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Careers at Pressac

Join our growing team in Nottingham and you could help us deliver smart-sensor and connectivity solutions to some of the UK’s most recognisable brands. As the newest member of the team, you’ll be working alongside a talented, friendly team of design, technical and manufacturing experts. Together we work hard, solve problems and make things we’re really proud of.

Business Development Executive

We’re seeking a business development executive to generate an increasing flow of qualified leads, and nurturing and preparing those leads for sales as quickly and effectively as possible

Full Stack Software Engineer

We’re seeking a full stack software engineer to design and implement embedded software for IoT sensors / gateways.

Sales Technical Support

We’re seeking sales technical support to support effective, take-up of products and services (including hardware, software and data services) from strategic and high worth clients and, to provide an effective customer experience through the deployment and use of products/ services.

Hardware Engineer

We’re seeking a hardware engineer to design and develop new product hardware.

Electronic Assembly and SMT Process Engineer

We’re seeking a process engineer to support the business in implementing and maintaining process control in all aspects of the electronic PCB assembly process.

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