Brasil Office

Address: Francisco Glicério, 1525 CEP: 13271-200 | Valinhos – São Paulo
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Toradex Brasil office is the youngest of the Toradex offices worldwide. The office promotes an entrepreneurial, international, and highly-collaborative environment. Our zealous team in Brazil is responsible for catering to the Latin America customer base, while at the same time, bring a remote host for engineers working in Toradex’s international Marketing, R&D and Innovation teams. The office is located at Valinhos, a small city known for its way of life located in the Campinas metropolitan region. Campinas and its surroundings are increasingly becoming a sought-after tech hub with the presence of technology giants such as Samsung, IBM, Motorola, Qualcomm, Foxconn, Sanmina and Bosch.

Brasil Office

Job Openings - Brazil

Application Engineer

Valinhos/SP, Brazil
Department: Sales

Toradex FAE Team is distributed worldwide. Toradex Brazil hosts part of this team, composed of several engineers helping worldwide customers to develop their applications.
This position will focus on supporting customers in German speaking countries, therefore the knowledge of German language (reading, writing and conversation) is a mandatory requirement.

Embedded Linux Software Architect

Valinhos/SP, Brazil
Department: Product Development

Toradex International R&D Team is distributed worldwide. Toradex Brazil office hosts part of this team, composed by several engineers working in diverse tasks related to R&D in worldwide context for Toradex Group.

Software architect developing our future Linux software platform, Torizon, for Toradex SoMs.

As an Embedded Linux Software Architect you are part of the International R&D team developing our future Linux software platform, Torizon, for Toradex SoMs (System on Modules). You will plan, document & coordinate further architecture development of TorizonCore, an embedded Linux distribution built with the Yocto Project with containers as its core building block. Secure updates and Debian-based containers are key design elements of the Torizon platform.