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Senior Hardware Certifications Engineer

SĂŁo Paulo Headquarters

Why join us

TRACTIAN is reimagining industrial systems so that every frontline maintenance worker can realize their full potential. We're building software and hardware in one place—disrupting long-standing institutions with products and experiences that better serve the ambitions of our clients.

Working at TRACTIAN allows you to push your limits, challenge the status quo and collaborate with some of the brightest minds in the industry. Our team members have the autonomy needed to accomplish challenging goals. We are a growth-stage startup and you will work directly with the founders, helping to define the vision, product and user experience.

Hardware at TRACTIAN

The Hardware team is responsible for designing and improving our IoT devices, dealing with every step of the development process, ranging from PCB design, firmware programming, case design, validations and certifications, always aiming to build trustworthy products, that can be produced at a mass scale.

What you'll do

As a Senior Hardware Certifications Engineer, your job is to become skilled at standard operating procedures and quality management systems, like those required by regulatory agencies such as UL, FCC, IFT, ANATEL, INMETRO, and IEC. You will work alongside our best minds on developing and adapting our devices to meet strict international criteria, aiding the company in its mission to modernize the factory floor worldwide.


Ensuring our hardware components and systems comply with industry standards and regulations

Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including hardware engineering, manufacturing, and product management, to ensure certification guidelines are followed throughout the product development lifecycle.

Coordinate and execute certification tests, both in-house and with external laboratories, to verify compliance with relevant standards.

Generate comprehensive test plans, protocols, and reports to document certification efforts and outcomes.

Work closely with hardware engineering, firmware engineering, and software engineering teams to ensure alignment of design and development activities with certification goals.

Identify and interpret applicable certification requirements and develop strategies to achieve and maintain compliance.


Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or related field.

Minimum of 5 years of experience in hardware certification.

Expertise in FCC, CE, IFT,  UL Markings, IEC, and other regulatory compliance standards.

Experience with IECEx, ATEX, and other hazardous locations certifications.

Strong understanding of safety and functioning electronics standards and certifications such as IEC 61010 and IEC 61557-12.

Familiarity with ISO 9001 procedures and requirements.

Experience with EMC, IME and other RF compliance tests.

Fluent English proficiency.

Bonus Points

Familiarity with HALT and ALT testing (temperature, humidity, vibration, etc.).

Experience with calibration and accuracy standards such as ISO 17025.

Fluent Spanish proficiency.


Competitive salary and stock options

R$800/mo for you to use with food in supermarkets, restaurants and delivery

GymPass so you don't sit/work all day

Optional fully funded English / Spanish courses

30 days of paid annual leave

Education and courses stipend

Earn a trip anywhere in the world every 4 years

Day off during the week of your birthday

R$200 a month for remote work allowance

Mental health support: we cover 40% of the cost of your therapy

Health plan with national coverage and without coparticipation

Dental Insurance: we help you with dental treatment for a better quality of life.

Sports Incentive: R$300/mo extra if you practice activities

Up to R$5.000 bonus for referring new Blue Caps

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