Junior Electronics Engineer

@ Luminex Belgium (Genk)

Job description

  • You will perform electronic component selection and creation.
  • You will assist in validating electronic circuits.
  • You will apply modification to prototype equipment.
  • You will create basic PCB designs and layouts.
  • You will assist in creating production and certification documentation.
  • You will work in an international environment at the cutting edge of technology.
  • You will be part of an agile team of developers and testers, creating the most sophisticated technology for the AV industry.


Job requirements

  • You can work independently but are also a perfect team player.
  • You can design and lay-out basic electronic applications.
  • You can execute soldering and testing on electronic circuit boards.
  • Familiar with various communication protocols.
  • You are capable of working with a PC and the most common Office software.


Our offer

We offer you a challenging job in a fast growing Belgian company with a well-known reputation in the worldwide entertainment industry. You will become part of a small team of developers and testers, with room for initiative and focus on innovation. In our dynamic environment you have the opportunity to create and deploy cutting-edge technologies for famous international clients. With an intensive training program, we also encourage your opportunities to grow in your career and develop your talents. This job comes with a permanent contract, a competitive salary, a comprehensive extralegal package and a bunch of fun colleagues.

Sounds interesting, but Lumi-who?

Luminex Network Intelligence is a manufacturer of data distribution equipment for lighting, audio and video solutions in the professional entertainment industry. We develop multiple devices to set up a large AV network without any IT knowledge. As a pioneer in the relatively young application of show-control data networks, we managed to become a respected brand in the international AV industry over the past 15 years. Our devices are being used to build the backbone for a rock solid and fully redundant network on big shows such as the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, the opening ceremony of the Sotsji Winter Games, Glastonbury festival, multiple concerts at Madison Square Garden and world tours of multiple super stars like Robbie Williams, Muse, Coldplay, Adele and Beyoncé.