Senior Embedded Software Engineer

Lawson williams consulting group - Auckland City
new offer (05/07/2020)

job description

Production of World Class Hi-Tech products
Provision of design for real time interactive simulation applicati
Multiple roles available on Fixed term contracts of 1 year.
The ClientThis technology company is an international market leader in its field, specialising in the development of world leading real time operating solutions using the best available technology for its domestic and international customer base.The OpportunityThis fixed term role offers challenging and innovative software design and development for embedded electronic products for this clients wide customer base.The Candidate
The role requires at least 5 years proven experience in the field of embedded software engineering or computer science plus the following attributes:
Proven track record with software development and maintenance of code in C language
Software development using microcontrollers 8051, ARM, AVR (bare metal and RTOS supported) on a custom PCB.
Proficiency using scripting languages such as Python, Ruby or Shell to automate repetitive tasks and to create function and system tests
Configure software projects using common build systems (Make, CMake ) ideally for multiple build environments (Windows, Linux)
Ability to develop code from datasheets and schematics prior to receiving the hardware
Application for Android OS would be an advantage
Excellent communication skills to tactfully interface across various departments
Degree or equivalent in computer science or electronic engineering
Must be a NZ/Australian citizen or resident or have an open work visa at the time of applicationIf you are excited by the challenge of joining a high performing software development team and have the attributes listed above please apply below. For discreet inquiries contact John Alexander on +64 22 183 2653

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