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Senior Embedded Software Engineer - Eurotherm - Worthing

Senior Embedded Software Engineer - Eurotherm - Worthing

Posted 7 April by Schneider Electric Ended

Make the most of your energy in a career at Schneider Electric

Eurotherm by Schneider Electric is a global manufacturer of instrumentation, systems and services designed for the efficient operation of industrial processes. The company’s 50 year international reputation as a provider of innovative solutions across a broad spectrum of vertical markets is complemented by a range of engineering support services, designed to improve the performance and effectiveness of customers’ plant-wide assets.

This role offers a new and exciting opportunity in a growing area of the business for a self-motivated and highly talented Embedded Software Engineer.

Job Profile

A Senior Software Engineer is expected to take responsibility for analysing a Marketing Requirement, proposing a Functional Specification, deriving a Design Specification, implementing the code, testing it at a Unit and Feature level and delivering it.

A Senior Software Engineer is expected to work with others in the team to ensure project objectives. He/She is expected to participate in Peer Reviews of different project related artefacts.

As a Senior Engineer, he/she is expected to contribute to improvement in Software Technologies and Design Process. He/She may be expected to mentor new people as well as interns on a need basis.

A Senior Engineer, in this specific role, is required to be an expert on design of software for I/O modules which includes knowledge such as implementation of filters, calibration, conversion of sensor voltages/currents to Engineering units.


Technical Skills, Knowledge and Experience


· High level of expertise in Embedded C & C++ (minimum 10 years of continuous recent experience)

· RTOS: VxWorks or Embedded Linux or any RTOS of similar complexity (minimum 4 long term projects)

· Minimum 5 years of experience in design of software for interfacing Industrial Sensors and Actuators

-Drivers for reading different types of sensors

-Drivers for operating different types of actuators

-Software filters

-Converting signal voltages to Engineering values and related Math library functions

-Calibration support

· Experience of developing software for 16 or 32 bit Microcontroller/Microprocessor

· Experience of MISRA C/C++ coding standards and using Static Analysis tools like Klocworks

· Experience of Unit and Functional Tests

· Experience of Configuration Management systems like SVN or Git

· Excellent Communication skills in English


· Experience of implementing software for hard real-time systems (timing critical applications)

· Experience of developing software on multi-core microprocessors

· Experience of developing products for Industrial Automation (PLC, Industrial Communication Gateways, Motor/Drive Control, Industrial HMI…)

· Knowledge/Experience of AGILE SW Development Lifecycle

· Knowledge/Experience of Test Driven Development

· Knowledge of MISRA C/C++ and Secure Coding Standards


A degree in a relevant discipline like Computer Science or Electronics.

Sufficient relevant experience will be considered as an alternative to the degree. 


Fluent spoken and written English

Schneider Electric offers you a competitive salary including a benefits package and the advantages of a professional environment that supports your development and recognizes your achievements.

We promote diversity and inclusion because we recognise they are a source of strength and competitive advantage. Creativity and innovation spring from a mixture of backgrounds and viewpoints. At Schneider Electric, we believe that helping you as an individual to realise your full potential will help the company overall to achieve outstanding results.

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