we are looking to recruit an embedded Linux developer, details below.
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Based in Dun Laoghaire TechWorks Marine is a dynamic and innovative
company which designs and manufacturers marine data acquisition systems.
As part of our expansion we are looking to recruit an experienced
embedded engineer with significant software experience to join our
expanding R&D team.
We currently have a number of on-going projects which require an
embedded developer, who is flexible, self-motivated and able to work as
part of a team. They should also be seeking to take responsibility for
the implementation, configuration and management of various projects.
There may be some element of technical support and related field
activity as part of this position.
Minimum BEng in Electronic Engineering
A least 3 years’ experience of embedded C/C++ software development
Experience with Python essential
Knowledgeable work experience of a Linux based environment essential
especially, embedded Linux development, Linux kernel and driver
Knowledge of GIT and Subversion a distinct advantage
Basic system administrator experience
Project management experience an advantage
Proven interpersonal skills with an ability to lead and direct a team
Experience with Test Driven Development
Experience of planning, estimating project lead times and costs
Excellent verbal and written communication in English
The successful candidate will enjoy the following benefits;
23 days annual leave
non-contributory pension scheme
a competitive salary
great working environment
If you are interested in the above, please email your CV to:
jobs at techworks.ie, before the 15th December 2012.
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