EMBEDDED SOFTWARE ENGINEER (Linux)

Posted 23 November by Bridge Personnel

Our clients, an internationally known manufacturer of single board computer products are seeking a full time Embedded Software Engineer (Linux). You will be involved in many different activities and in particular the following: Work on BSPs for cutting edge Intel and ARM Processor based boards. Design and development of middleware, system and device driver software for many standard operating systems. Working with the Hardware designers during the design phase to specify the product and again during the proving phase to validate the product Work on challenging customer issues that get escalated to engineering team. Develop test Software and procedures. Working in a small company environment, projects are usually small and of short duration, and in most cases the bulk of the work is done by one individual. The hardware and software platforms vary, but most of the devices used are complex and a good appreciation of the hardware is a pre-requisite for this role. You will be an Engineering Graduate with very good experience in the following: Very proficient in Embedded C In-depth knowledge and hands on experience writing real time device drivers for Linux In-depth knowledge of either ARM, PowerPC, x86 or other large CPU architecture Good appreciation of hardware Excellent problem solving and debugging skills Also desirable would be hands on knowledge of PCI Express, SRIO and VME fabrics, experience with writing low-level software for operating systems such as VxWorks or Windows, programming for parallel processor architectures and Network protocols. For further information please contact Louise.

Required skills

  • BSP
  • Embedded Software
  • Intel
  • Linux
  • Product Development

Reference: 33873714

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