- Time Management
- Communication Skills
Sr. Embedded Software Engineer will be responsible for developing software in a regulated environment and will contribute to projects, under the direction of the lead software engineer or architect.
Contributing ideas to early product concepts
Strong C++ coding experience in an embedded/RTOS environment
Contributing to software design decisions
Working closely with Interactive Design and System Engineer to define interfaces
Working closely with hardware engineers to define platforms
Working closely with software architect on high-level software design
Architecting User Interface software modules
Generating software requirements
Documenting software detailed design
Implementing software and unit tests according to design documentation
Supporting software integration on the hardware
Troubleshooting systems integration and software
Ensuring deliverables and work products adhere to the quality system
Perform all other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree in CS/EE engineering discipline or equivalent experience
2 years applicable experience
Passion for User interface development
Excellent verbal and written documentation and communication skills.
Time management skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities
Demonstrated ability to determine and meet project objectives.
Experience with one or more POSIX-compliant real-time operating systems
Demonstrated understanding of and ability to follow good software development processes
Personable, able to work well in an open team environment and with outsource partners.
Office environment, extended hours as needed
Minimal travel (under 5%)
Work From Home: Not available
Travel Percentage: None
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