Building a team starts with valuing the team. We hire the best of the best to ensure you’re working with people you can constantly learn from. You’re trusted to get your work done your way while testing the limits of what’s possible and what’s next. We work hard to provide a culture where everyone feels supported, and our employees feel it—their votes helped us become one of Newsweek's Top 100 Global Most Loved Workplaces in 2023.
We also value sports. Not just because of the big wins and highlight-worthy plays, but because of the lasting impact sports can have: the lifelong lessons in teamwork and dedication; the influence of inspiring mentors; the priceless opportunities to play at the next level. Sports can change lives—that’s what we value.
Our team helps the world see sports differently through products that make it easier to capture video, analyze data, share highlights and do a lot more.
Ready to join us?
We’re looking for a Systems Architect to technically oversee the architecture, design and development of our human performance product family (centered around WIMU). These products consist of wearable trackers, smart docking stations and local positioning system antennas, which work together seamlessly to capture holistic athlete performance and positioning data. The main aspects of the role are:
- Being a role model. We’ll be looking to you to be the technical reference for solving our most difficult challenges. You’ll show the team the path to best-in-class performance and quality.
- Defining the structure. You’ll play a key role in the hardware system architecture for our human performance product family—by making informed decisions on technologies, components and solutions, you’ll ensure our products are robust, future-proof and cost-effective.
- Being the face of the team. You’ll be the point of contact for manufacturing partners and internal stakeholders, connecting, reviewing and collaborating on their design solutions and qualification plans. This will include some global travel to other Hudl offices, suppliers, development and manufacturing partners.
For this role, we're currently considering candidates who live within a commuting distance of our offices in Den Bosch. But with our flexible work policy, there aren't any current requirements for the number of days you come to the office.
- Experience in complex systems development. With your background, supporting complex systems, with multiple modules interfacing with each other, won’t be a problem.
- Expertise in electronics. You have a solid foundation in hardware engineering and good familiarity with embedded software, alongside a track record of delivering state-of-the-art electronics designs, boards and products from inception to manufacturing.
- An ability to transition from high to low levels of abstraction. You can create complete systems architecture, diving deep wherever needed, and discuss problems and solutions with different types of stakeholders.
- Similar product experience. You’ve worked on development and delivery of wearables or related products.
- Champion work-life harmony. We’ll give you the flexibility you need in your work life (e.g., flexible vacation time above any required statutory leave, company-wide holidays and timeout (meeting-free) days, remote work options and more) so you can enjoy your personal life too.
- Guarantee autonomy. We have an open, honest culture and we trust our people from day one. Your team will support you, but you’ll own your work and have the agency to try new ideas.
- Encourage career growth. We’re lifelong learners who encourage professional development. We’ll give you tons of resources and opportunities to keep growing.
- Provide an environment to help you succeed. We've invested in our offices, designing incredible spaces with our employees in mind. But whether you’re at the office or working remotely, we’ll provide you the tech you need to do your best work.
- Support your wellbeing. Depending on location, we offer medical and retirement benefits for employees—but no matter where you’re located, we have resources like our Employee Assistance Program and employee resource groups to support your mental health.
Inclusion at Hudl
Hudl is an equal opportunity employer. Through our actions, behaviors and attitude, we’ll create an environment where everyone, no matter their differences, feels like they belong.
We offer resources to ensure our employees feel safe bringing their authentic selves to work, including employee resource groups and communities. But we recognize there’s ongoing work to be done, which is why we track our efforts and commitments in annual inclusion reports.
We also know imposter syndrome is real and the confidence gap can get in the way of meeting spectacular candidates. Please don’t hesitate to apply—we’d love to hear from you.