IC Resources Ltd

Software Applications Engineer

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£35000.00 - £60000.00 per annum
22 Feb 2019
22 Mar 2019
Katie Wallace
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

We are looking for the most talented Software Application Engineers to join our client's team based in Farnborough, UK, who are recognised as a world leading technology provider to the Automotive, Smartphone and IoT industries.

Here you will be part of a team who are helping to drive the client's business with device manufacturers, System integrators and Automakers in Europe.

The successful Software Applications Engineer will be doing debugging on the completed product and will involve approximately 20% of the role travelling to client sites ensuring the product is efficient.

The following skills are required for the Software Applications Engineer:

  • 2+ years' commercial experience embedded C, C/C++
  • Experience with BSP, Boot Loader or Device drivers
  • Desired - and understanding of using GPS, GNSS
  • Good communication skills

You will be offered an attractive salary and benefits package, including relocation allowances and stock options!

If you are interested in applying for this exciting Software Applications Engineer job opportunity at this Global Company and are passionate about this field of work then please contact Katie Wallace @ IC Resources today!

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