Embedded Software Engineer New Stack

Recruiter
Enterprise Recruitment
Location
Hemel Hempstead
Salary
£35000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits relocation, shares, pension, medic
Posted
09 Feb 2017
Closes
09 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
2 experienced embedded software engineers required to join a team of 8 software engineers developing a new software stack with many challenging features to design. The company has a successful history in developing new technology first and solving hard problems in clever ways. Their technology is integrated into extremely cool products that usually won’t be seen in public for another 3-4 years.

Embedded Software Engineers in this team are required to work throughout the driver stack on firmware, kernel & user mode components and testing. We are looking for 2 ‘hands on’ embedded software engineers who are capable of taking on responsibility and are motivated by challenging, interesting software problems. Your work will be visible in the public domain and used by a number of high profile customers.

One senior (£45-55k) and one mid level (£35-45k) position are vacant. Technical skills must include Embedded C programming at the driver or firmware level with an OS (probably Linux).

Suitable embedded software engineers will be:

• Inquisitive in nature and have a desire to understand how things work
• Unafraid of technical challenges
• Friendly, capable of getting on with all types of people
• Willing to take ownership of assigned tasks
• Able to maintain focus and to see tasks through to timely completion
• Able to work well in a team

The company will assist with UK/European relocation costs if required. Please contact me for the full spec.

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Position: Embedded Software Engineer
Location: Apsley, Hertfordshire
Salary: £35-50k
Benefits: Relocation costs, Share options, Pension, medical, life assurance, illness insurance, health club, sports and social activities.
Key Skills: Embedded C at driver or firmware level
Desirable skills: OS Abstraction, Device drivers, Linux, Kernel mode,