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Embedded software engineer - Bluetooth, Zigbee

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IC Resources
24 March 2012
21 April 2012
Harry Kang
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£30000 - £55000 per annum

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Embedded software Engineer - Bluetooth, Zigbee, Wireless

A challenging new position has opened up for a strong embedded software engineer for my client based in Cambridge, who is one of the premier UK companies specialising in wireless technology development.

Your responsibilities as an embedded software engineer would include being responsible for the whole SDLC for a number of projects at the same time. Development of high-quality code using C, Assembler or Java is crucial, as meeting clients' specifications and requirements is essential for the success of my client.

For you to be considered the ideal embedded software engineer for this role, you must possess a strong relevant degree with the following skills:
- embedded development
- Bluetooth, Zigbee, Wi-Fi
- C
- Scripting Languages
- understanding of embedded wireless communication.

If you feel you're the ideal embedded software engineer with a good wireless background and understanding of Zigbee, Bluetooth then please get in touch with embedded consultant Harry at IC Software.

Key words: Senior embedded software engineer, Cambridge, embedded, C, Hardware, Software, Zigbee, Wireless, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth.

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