Embedded Software Engineer

Chess Dynamics Limited
27 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Description for Embedded Software Engineer Overview Chess Dynamics is an established Leading Design & Manufacturing business, with several sites across the UK. Our product range is cutting-edge and services the surveillance and defence industries with products that aid specific client requirements - driving innovation is at the heart of everything we do. We currently require an additional Software Engineer to join the team. The purpose of this position is to develop firmware solutions for our positioning systems, assisting with the electronics, electrical and mechanical design aspects where required to ensure all areas of a project work together. Key Responsibilities: * Design and develop embedded software (C) and windows-based GUI programs (C# & Visual Studio) * Progress items to required timescales so that overall project milestones are achieved * Maintain up to date electronic records of development and project administration activities * Work with customers to answer queries, assist integration, commissioning and problem resolution activities, on customer site when necessary * Provide guidance and support to other engineers during software development project phases * Liaise with production team, shop floor staff and other teams as required The Successful Applicant: * Strong degree in Software/Electronics Engineering is essential * Experience of embedded software development with a solid understanding of the design life cycle * Knowledge of ARM Cortex, and associated embedded C compilers is required * Experience of using C#/C++ for development of windows applications and experience of LabVIEW for test & development an advantage * Some complementary electronics design experience is highly desired but not essential What's on Offer A competitive salary with benefits including Annual Leave, Contributory Pension, Income Protection, Childcare Vouchers and free parking.
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