IoT Engineer

Job description:

Tactile Robotics is a Canadian technology development and consulting company that brings together a talented team of engineers, roboticists, statisticians, scientists, and health science experts across the globe. We endeavor to employ technologies in the areas of haptics, robotics and instrumentation to develop tactile-based instruments for engineering, medicine, dentistry, and rehabilitation therapy.

We are currently seeking a full/part-time electrical/computer engineer or computer scientist to join our R&D team. As a member of the engineering team in Tactile Robotics, the engineer will work closely with the R&D team to design, build and test high-reliability custom-integrated system in the fields of haptics, robotics, and IoT.


  • Design and implement communication protocols (RTP, UDP, MQTT)
  • Design and implement software for embedded systems
  • Interface with hardware design and development
  • Review codes and provide feedback
  • Document the work performed
  • Develop shared libraries that can be used across multiple projects
  • Troubleshooting Software issues

Required Skills

  • Experience with Software Design and Development
  • Strong knowledge of Software Development Lifecycle
  • Ability to build and design reusable software
  • Good working knowledge of Git, C, C
  • Ability to multi-task and switch between different projects
  • Strong knowledge of Communication Protocols is a must
  • Good to have cross-platform mobile application development skills ( Xamarin or React Native)
  • Attention to details
  • Ability to quickly learn new technologies
  • Familiarity with PCB design is good to have

Salary: $20-$24 per hour. The salary will be commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

Location: The lab and office are located at the Smart Park, University of Manitoba.

How to apply? Please forward your resume to hr@TactileRobotics.ca}

Job Category: Engineer
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Winnipeg
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