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Manufacturing Engineer

Berlin, Germany · Supply Chain

 About the role

As a Manufacturing Engineer you will join the Supply Chain team which is part of the broader Hardware team. You will make sure that the Secure Environments on our manufacturing sites are compliant with all the applicable payment regulations. You will also deploy and maintain all the tools required for the certificate injection. 

You will be collaborating directly with the factories and SumUp’s R&D team. Your objective will be understanding the issues that are on the production line and working with different stakeholders to improve them.

About the team

You have probably used our card readers to buy a cappuccino or pay your hairdresser already. In Hardware, we are passionate about creating these beautifully designed card payment devices and accessories that enable our merchants to start, run, and grow their own businesses. In doing so, we deal with a diverse range of engineering topics - industrial and electronic design, embedded systems, all the way to mobile apps, backend services.

We believe in open communication and constant learning over strict rules. If you're looking for the chance to innovate and help millions of small independent merchants succeed - join us!

Curious to know how it feels working in the Hardware team? Check this out!

What you will do: 

  • Design and implementation of the PCI PIN-compliant secure environment for manufacturing lines

  • Commission remotely full-automated secure room machines for certification and registration authority operations

  • Deploy, configure and maintain secure software utilities and hardware running inside the secure room. But also in the Secure room lab setup.

  • Lead security-related certifications for Supply Chain and Manufacturing end (Solo PCI PTS, PIN, P2PE, Common Criteria)

  • Contributor and maintenance for First Article Inspection for image release for manufacturing

  • Design/review working instructions for manufacturing

  • Investigate manufacturing issues, such as assembly issues

  • Support deploying process/test changes in the manufacturing line

  • Testing SW/HW changes before introducing them to the manufacturing line

You'll be great for this position if:

  • You have at least 3 years working in manufacturing domain, preferably working on an electronic product

  • You are able to understand/read schematics and gerbers with digital / analog electronics

  • You are familiar with reading and analysing logs

Nice to have:

  • You know how to use Linux on a basic user level

  • You have some experience developing in C programming language

  • You have knowledge in security or payment security certifications (PCI PTS, PIN, P2PE, Common Criteria)

Why you should join SumUp 

  • Opportunity to work with a truly global, multicultural team (we are 3000+ people from 60+ countries, spread across 3 continents).

  • 28 days’ paid leave

  • Competitive salary package and virtual stock option programme

  • Flexible working hours

  • Learning & development budget for attending conferences and external training

  • SumUp Corporate Pension Scheme

  • Wellness benefits: In-house Yoga teacher, gym in the office, football & running teams, subsidised Urban Sports Club

  • A lot of other cool benefits such as Bike leasing, Subsidised Public Transport Card, Language Learning platform/courses, Kita placement assistance, relocation assistance, 2x per week subsidised office lunches, and a brand new beautiful place to work in the heart of Berlin

Job Application Tip

We recognise that candidates feel they need to meet 100% of the job criteria in order to apply for a job. Please note that this is only a guide. If you don’t tick every box, it’s ok too because it means you have room to learn and develop your career at SumUp.