WIRELESS & IoT

Wireless & IoT Recruitment

Technical & Managerial, through to HR, Sales & Marketing.

With over 20 years of wireless telecoms experience, we’re confident of our expertise in the Wireless and IoT industry. It means the advice we give comes from a place of real understanding and empathy. When you choose to work with European Recruitment, our experienced team will guide you through the Wireless & IoT recruitment process, offering straightforward and honest advice.

We pride ourselves on staying up to date with industry client trends and know that the Wireless and IoT industry requires true transformational development to keep up with cloud software, 5G and IoT technologies. The knowledge that our team has allows us to identify IoT job opportunities and helps us to place candidates seamlessly into the workplace. 

To find out more about our IoT recruitment services, please contact us at info@eu-recruit.com or on +44 (0)1273 957 888.

Alternatively, if you would like to discuss our Internet of Things career opportunities and current vacancies, contact us at info@eu-recruit.com or on +44 (0)1273 957 888.

  • 3GPP Standards Experts – SAI
  • 5G RAN1 Standardisation Engineer
  • RF System Expert
  • LTE DSP Embedded Firmware Engineer
  • Bluetooth Stack Developer
  • Wifi Test Engineer
  • Wireless Layer 1 Software Engineer
  • NFC / WiFi Project Manager
  • Cellular Test Engineer
  • DSP Optimisation Engineer – C / C++
  • Senior Software Engineer LTE PHY
  • Java Backend Developer
  • Senior Protocol Stack Engineer
  • Linux & Virtualisation Software Development Engineer
  • NFC Software Architect
  • Senior Hardware System Architect
  • R&D Application Engineer
“European Recruitment consistently offer very high calibre candidates. I have no hesitation in recommending them. They have an excellent understanding of our needs and a very high CV to interview ratio as a result. It’s a pleasure to work with them and they have been a great support in our recruitment processes.”
Talent Acquisition Consultant, Nokia