Lead Firmware Developer (25534)
An international hardware and software company, whose development team is based in Cambridge, are seeking a Lead Firmware Developer to help them push the boundaries of screen technology.
Their technology runs on a variety of platforms and the Lead Firmware Developer will rely on their excellent knowledge and experience of embedded C++, object-oriented design and SoC development to ensure the success of the products. The embedded C++ will be executed on top level IC simulators, FPGA and ASIC. Familiarity with high speed data handling (USB, ETH, DDR) and video and audio processing at high pixel rates will undoubtedly be required.
The Lead Firmware Developer will be very comfortable with unit testing and adapting existing production code to a Linux-based GCC test environment. They will be working with IC designers and Verification Engineers as well as other Firmware Developers involved with other projects and will have good communication skills and will be able to manage their time effectively.
Minimum experience and skills necessary for this role:
- A good technical degree (2.1 or above) from a well-respected university and at least five years of commercial experience
- Embedded C++ for FPGA and ASIC
- Object-oriented design and unit testing
- Knowledge of embedded CPUs and an understanding of RTOS behaviours
Advantageous skills would include previous experience with JTAG source-level debuggers and experience working in an Agile environment.
Full permission to live and work in the UK without time limit, restriction or sponsorship will also be required.
Keywords: Embedded C++, FPGA, ASIC, SoC, Linux, firmware, high speed data handling, audio and video processing
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