M12 Development Engineer 32K

£30000 - £32000 per annum + Excellent benefits
04 Apr 2013
02 May 2013
Sophie Bawa
Contract Type
Full Time

Location: Manchester

Job Role: Development Engineer

Salary: £30,000 - £32,000 Dependent upon experience

Development engineer urgently needed to join aUK owned company providing leading electrical systems to a global client base. My client is now expanding their team due to securing major projects and is now looking to add a development engineer to begin an excellent career opportunity long term with the company.

You will be involved in the full product lifecycle development of industrial products based upon embedded microcontroller and DSP platforms. You will have experience in embedded software and have an enthusiastic and passionate drive for leading edge technology.

Ideally you will have the following experience:-

- Degree in Electronic Engineering/Computer Science (or similar) with a good understanding
of embedded software systems including both analogue and digital or relevant

- Highly proficient in C/C++ and Assembly programming languages

- Embedded software development experience under real time operating system (RTOS)

- Experience with software versioning and revision control

- EMC/EMI awareness

Desirables include:-

- Knowledge of ARM9/ARM-Cortex and DSP architectures

- Experience of embedded Linux

If you have 2 or 3 of the key skills listed I would be very interested in speaking with you still as it is understandable you may not tick every requirement.

As mentioned the business offers excellent career progression for the right candidate alongside attractive benefits. If you are looking for a role with a forward-thinking, progressive organisation, this could be the ideal role for you. Please submit your CV to apply or for further information, please contact me on 0121 616 57100.

Alternatively if you know someone that this role would be ideal for we do also offer £100 referral fee for the right candidate.

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