Smart Benches Inventor Looking for Employees

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Young inventor Ivan Mrvoš, the inventor of well-known “smart benches”, is offering a dream job with an above-average salary. After the news about new job opportunities for developers and engineers was announced, it was hard to reach the young inventor on the phone, reports Jutarnji List on February 23, 2016.

“We have opened the first round of competition for eight jobs: two backend developers, one frontend developer, one Python programmer, one R&D mechanical engineer and three R&D electronics engineers. As you know, we want to develop and produce smart benches, as well as other innovative products for public use with an emphasis on renewable energy sources. On 1 May, we will start selling our products, and we have a lot of additional plans ahead of us”, said Mrvoš who expects his future colleagues to be motivated, proactive, open to personal and professional development and to have a goal of common progress and growth. In return, he offers them participation in the development of innovative products and salaries two to three times higher than the Croatian average.

Ivan will soon announce another competition for five more jobs that will require only a high school diploma. “We will need workers for assembling, testing and dispatch of products. We have had a lot of queries for smart benches, and the Split Port Authority has commissioned four benches for Split, five will go to Primošten, two to Zagreb, and several to Switzerland. We are still working on plans for foreign markets and we are preparing a business plan, but all in all, we are very satisfied”, said the innovator whose Include company ranks among the fastest growing technology companies in Croatia.

Their smart benches allow for wireless charging of mobile phone with solar energy, have an air cleaning system and a number of other technological features. The interest of potential buyers is substantial, so Mrvoš even had to refuse some clients due to limited production capacities.

Now he will tackle the production issues, and the plan is to build a large plant for the production of smart benches, most likely in Solin near Split. The young innovator says he is being slowed down by government administration which takes too long to process applications for state investment grants, so in the meantime, he will try to start cooperation with foreign companies which will sell him specific parts for his products.

In any case, if you are interested, you can apply for open job positions until 1 March at


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