About us

At Aunex you have the possibility to bring your creative mindset to production and pave the way for our customers to use state-of-the-art wireless technology in their daily production. You can enjoy a lot of freedom which allows you to codify the company culture and have a lasting ink at Aunex. Our team is energetic, dynamic, and international and we are glued together for the purpose of bringing our customers forward.

As a young company, we have already achieved strong results with a continued focus on accelerating growth and a special emphasis put on sustainability. As part of our team, you’ll work in a dynamic and multicultural environment that embraces open communication, collaboration and teamwork.

If you’re passionate about growing and learning from the complexities of wireless solutions for mobile robotics by searching for engineering perfection then become part of our Aunex team.

Why us

Work in a crisis-resilient industry, attractive compensation, good work-life-balance through flexible working hours and hybrid working mode, 24/7 hotline to the management, unlimited coffee and tea, and business lunch together, individual training opportunities supporting the professional development program, company events, and much more!

We are looking for you as :

IT/OT Network Engineer (Wireless)

IT/OT Network Engineers (Wireless) design, implement, maintain, and resolve issues of an organization’s wireless LAN and other emerging wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and proprietary solutions. They are also responsible for supporting Wi-Fi hardware and software when required to improve them to the satisfaction of the client’s business requirements.  

Wireless networks are being increasingly preferred because of the increasing demand for mobile robots. One of the major reasons for adopting them is they offer portability and can be moved anywhere.

With a wireless LAN (WLAN), wireless network communication is provided over relatively short distances, without using Ethernet cables. Here, data is transferred using either IEEE 802.11. Other advantages of using WLAN is it supports several devices and does not need cables.

For long distance applications, Bluetooth or radio signals (915 MHz) is used to connect devices up to 3000m.

Because they have to partner with the other members of the network team and clients, they must have strong written and spoken communication skills. Engineers need to be comfortable working within a team and should have good customer service skills.

They should be able to work calmly in high-pressure situations.  Field engineers need to have excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.


  • Design, deploy, and maintain on-premises OT/IT infrastructure components, including Wi-Fi and LAN infrastructure

  • Implement and maintain mobile clients in industrial environments

  • Monitor and troubleshoot system issues, ensuring timely resolution and minimal disruption to business operations

  • Stay current with industry trends, emerging technologies, and best practices to continuously improve the IT infrastructure

  • Document system configurations, processes, and procedures for knowledge sharing and reference purposes

  • Provide technical support and guidance to internal stakeholders, including end-users and customer teams


  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field (or equivalent experience)

  • Wireless networks certifications are good to have

  • Strong knowledge and experience with Wi-Fi infrastructures and clients in automation environment

  • Experience working with spectrum analyzer

  • Experience with scripting languages such as Python and PowerShell for automation and task scripting is and advantage

  • Working knowledge of tools like Ekahau, Netspot, TamoSoft for site survey are welcome

  • Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills to identify and resolve system issues

  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams and articulate technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders

  • Self-motivated and proactive approach to learning new technologies and staying up to date with industry advancements

  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team-oriented, collaborative environment