Current Career Opportunities at GUI

We established GUI in Garner to tap the technical resources of nearby Raleigh and the Research Triangle Park area.

Located in a rural and relaxed setting, GUI is away from the day-to-day bustle and traffic of its nearby neighbors. GUI offers an alternative setting for today’s high-tech design professional and is always looking for new talent to join its design team. GUI offers competitive wages and an excellent benefit program.

GUI’s sister companies, EBTRON and GreenTrol Automation are located near the resort destination of Myrtle Beach, SC. Another sister company, Engineered Sales Corporation (ESC) is located in Rock Hill, SC just south of Charlotte, NC. Career opportunities are often available at these locations as well.

Contact GUI for more information on career opportunities listed below at GUI or any of its sister companies.


Firmware Engineer


Requirements:

  • Proficient with C/C++
  • Use of laboratory instrumentation tools such as oscilloscopes, digital meters, and signal generators
  • Low-level processor peripheral implementation including understanding of memory and flash architecture and constraints
  • Reading and understanding of schematic designs and part reference manuals

Secondary:

  • Knowledge of industrial communication protocols
  • C# and Java competency
  • Wireless networking experience
  • PC application development capabilities
  • Unit testing best practices

Software Engineer


Requirements:

  • Familiarity and experience with common systems such as iOS, Android, and Linux
  • Comfortable with storyboarding and application flow design
  • Proficient with PHP, HTML, and JavaScript
  • Knowledgeable of current UI trends

Secondary:

  • Unit testing best practices
  • MySQL, JSON, C# competency
  • Comfort with low-level application specific drivers

Test Engineer


Requirements:

  • Creating and implementing test requirements against system and hardware specifications
  • Use of laboratory instrumentation tools such as oscilloscopes, digital meters, and signal generators
  • Ability to creatively push the limits of reliability and repeatability of test devices

Secondary:

  • Reading and understanding schematic capture
  • Knowledge of industrial communication protocols
  • Familiarity with VBA, C/C++/C#, or Java