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Senior C++ Developer

Senior C++ Developer

Here in Berlin, we are working with an established B2B IoT product – that specialises in Electric Car Charging ports.

They develop software and electronics for charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Their main values & ethos is that eMobility promotes a sustainable future and better quality of life.

To sum it up, they are a supplier of software and electronics for Linux-based charge controllers. It is used in charging stations of some wellknown manufacturers but they also have developed their own charging station which can be mounted on streetlights.


OQ-industries EV
OQ-industries GreenTech
OQ-industries Internet of Things
OQ-industries Mobility

What to expect:

  • Teams: Hardware & Software. 16 Engineers in total, 12 in Berlin
  • Main task is to develop the product.
  • Problems being brought in to solve: Legacy code, read through code, structure it in a more sensible way, make it more module, reliable & maintainable. Also, to raise the seniority of the team. Mentorship possible but not an immediate requirement of the role
  • Always building new features, but maintenance is a small part. 
  • Engineering practices: code reviews, write unit tests, agile with continuous integration, pair programming, knowledge sharing sessions 




  • Exciting position in the software development of the market leader for charging controllers
  • Professional software development methods and agile processes
  • Working in a young, dynamic and international team with a culture of open communication and a flat hierarchy


  • C++ & Embedded Linux experience
  • An interest in clean coding & unit testing
  • Experience in programming of kernel modules is desirable

Sounds good?

Apply now
For more information, connect with our specialised team member on LinkedIn Bradley Kearsley