Posted: 7 months ago
We are seeking a talented, highly motivated and passionate embedded SW engineer. The successful candidate will have strong technical and communication skills and be effective in a collaborative work environment, enjoys working at a fast pace, love to code, debug, and have a great understanding of embedded systems. Travel within the US and overseas may be required to support integration and tests at customer sites.
Essential Job Functions
- Design and develop embedded software applications through their full life cycle.
- Participate in design/code reviews.
- Create and maintain test requirements/descriptions and other related documentation.
- Develop/Assist with unit testing
- Analyze data generated using SQL
- Perform software/hardware integration
- Participate in daily team meetings.
- Follow and help refine programming standards, best practices, coding styles, and other development guidelines.
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field and/or equivalent experience
- Proficiency in C or C++ language, particularly for embedded environments.
- Practical experience developing software for embedded hardware.
- General understanding of embedded real time kernels or real time operating systems – Linux, GreenHill’s Integrity, etc.
- General understanding of computer networking protocols.
- Working knowledge on multi-threaded applications
- Working knowledge or test frameworks (Mock, or the like)
- Experience with Test Driven Development
- Experience with scripting languages a plus.
- Experience with SQL a plus
- Experience with IoT a plus
- Experience with Azure a plus
- Experience with defect tracking tools, such as Jira a plus.
- Experience with source control tools, such as Git a plus.
- Must have strong trouble shooting and problem-solving skills and be able to solve complex problems with little supervision.
- Must be able to work within multi-disciplinary teams
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions