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Field Application Engineer - Portland, OR (metro area)

As the Field Application Engineer, your job is to ensure the success of our customer’s use of Lauterbach's "Best in Class" development tools. You will provide pre- and post-sales technical support for industry leading companies via email, WebEx and phone. In addition, you’ll work with our local sales manager as a technical partner. You must be able to assist new and existing customers with the installation and use of Lauterbach In-Circuit-Debugger, Trace and Analyzer products as well as transferring the knowledge with on-site trainings. You are the interface to both the Lauterbach engineering team (US & Germany) and with our customers to quickly resolve technical issues relating to product usage.
You must have proven skills in embedded systems debugging with a minimum of 3 years experience. It is necessary to have extensive knowledge of microprocessor IDEs along with the ability to explain basic and complex debugging topics. A BSEE, BSCS with a solid technical background and knowledge of embedded systems, JTAG debugging and trace of ARM and other microcontrollers. Occasional travel would be required for customer visits and attending trade shows.


We are a medium-sized company with almost 40 years of experience in the field of test systems. The company headquarters in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn (S7) is approx. 20 min. south from Munich. Worldwide we are over 100 employees in 11 locations. Our customers are well-known car manufactures and suppliers, manufactures of mobile and communication technology.


We look forward to your meaningful
application with cover letter,
CV and references. Please send
your application by email to:

Lauterbach Inc. 

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1111 Main Street, Suite 620
Vancouver, WA 98660
United States

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