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Embedded Software Engineer - C/ C++, embedded Linux - Berkshire

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Progressive Recruitment
08 October 2012
05 November 2012
Noa Muratsubaki
Contract Type
£30000 - £50000 per annum + benefits

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Embedded Software Engineer - C/ C++, embedded Linux - Berkshire

A new opportunity for an Embedded Software Engineer has arisen for a leading test and measurement company supplying into the broadcast sector based inBerkshire. You will join a small team of multi-disciplined engineers and be responsible for embedded software development from specification through to implementation and even customer support.

Salary will depend upon experience c £45,000 pa plus excellent benefits

As an Embedded Software Engineer applying for this position, your profile will look like this:

  • degree educated in electronics, computer science or equivalent
  • proven commercial experience in a similar role responsible for embedded software development
  • programming in embedded C and C++
  • embedded Linux and/or RTOS experience
  • microprocessor (preferably ARM processor)
  • device driver development
  • full software development lifecycle including test

Given the wide variety of software development activities, if you have the following experience, this would be advantageous but not necessary.

  • Windows software development
  • GNU tool chain
  • VMware
  • MathCAD
  • Active HDL
  • Subversion

The company has a close-knit, friendly, family feel and they adopt a meritocratic environment. Based on your performance, you will be promoted internally. The company has won many awards and has recently moved into a brand new office accessible by car and by train.

To apply, send your latest CV to Noa Muratsubaki at Progressive Engineering.

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