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Junior Embedded Software Engineer - Nottingham

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IC Resources
15 April 2012
13 May 2012
Emma Windows
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£28000 - £35000 per annum

Further information

Fabulous immediate requirement in Nottingham for a junior Embedded C Software Engineer to join a small growing team developing wireless applications for use in ultra-low powered security and alarm systems.

The ideal candidate will have a strong relevant degree with 1-2 years experience in embedded software design (c/c++/assembler) with knowledge of electronic circuit design and manufacture. You must have good recent experience in designing electronics devices with a high level of software complexity, ideally for small low-power wireless devices( Atmel, NEC/Renesas and Microchip microcontrollers). Experience of short-range, low-powered wireless communications (458MHz, 868MHz, 2.4GHz) is highly desirable as is familiarity of PCB design packages such as Altium Designer 2010.

Responsibilities Include:
Designing complicated software/firmware for wireless data networks derived from 802.15.4 based PHY and proprietary MAC layers.
Developing multiple application level software modules and integrating into low-power wireless communications networks.
Development of carefully considered peripheral devices led by innovative well informed design methodologies.

This role will suit an Engineer who is able and keen to take ownership of projects throughout their full life-cycle including interfacing with customers and suppliers.

Keywords: embedded C, C++, assembler, firmware, Atmel, NEC/Renesas, Microchip, microcontrollers, wireless, electronics, Junior, midlands, Nottingham, England, UK

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