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Firmware Developer Linux Kernel C

Posted 6 March by Client Server Ltd. Easy Apply Featured Ended
Firmware Developer (Linux Kernel C). Seeking out an opportunity to utilise your software development knowledge and experience within a fantastic work environment? You could be developing your skills whilst working in a social environment where you can enjoy company perks such as table tennis and in-house Pilates classes.

Global leader in networking solutions is seeking a Firmware Developer to design and implement embedded firmware which runs on 10G network controllers. You will work across the full development lifecycle, providing low latency and high performance products for clients including Investment Banks and Stock Exchanges. This is an exciting opportunity to take on a challenging developer role where you will be continuously developing your skills and helping the company move into new markets.

Based a 10 minute walk away from central Cambridge, with free on-site parking, you will be joining a relaxed, friendly company who offer a number of company perks including regular sports and social events, daily fruit and cake, discounted gym membership and on site Pilates and table tennis.

*Record of academic achievement, minimum 2.1 from a well-regarded university, ideally you will have gone on to study at MSc / PhD level (Maths, Physics or Computer Science preferred)
*Experience of working at the hardware / software interface on embedded systems ideally with extensive knowledge of system software and device drivers
*Good knowledge of networking technologies including Ethernet and TCP/IP
*Excellent communication skills

As a Firmware Developer (Linux Kernel C) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £65k) plus benefits.

Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Firmware Developer (Linux Kernel C) role.

Required skills

  • linux
  • c
  • developer
  • firmware
  • kernel

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