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Firmware Engineer

Company: Volt
Location: Poway
Posted on: November 19, 2022

Job Description:

Are you looking to develop exciting products and sensors to help monitor the ocean? If you are passionate about creating products that gather information for weather, map data and work with robotics, this opportunity may be for you!As a Firmware Engineer, we are seeking candidates that are motivated to explore and build products that provide current and future data for various applications. This includes both sea level and deep water exploration that require challenging solutions.The Firmware developer will be creating custom embedded C language to ensure low-level processors and devices are working correctly and meet the tolerances required. Experience with Microdevices, board level hardware, design patters, RTOS, and DMA experience are all required. The Requirements:A minimum of 8 years of experience in embedded software design and development in C.Thorough knowledge of embedded development from low-level board bring-up, processor, and device interfaces through higher-level data structures, algorithms, design patterns and architecture are required for this position.Experience integrating network stacks and file systems into firmware.Knowledge of Real-Time Operating System concepts.Thorough knowledge of multi-threaded application development.Experience working with STM32 series or micro-controllers from ST Micro is highly preferred. Knowledge of signal processing and DSP algorithms. Sonar or radar experience is a strong plus.Volt is an Equal Opportunity EmployerJob ID : 358512Job SummaryJob number: 358512Date posted : 2022-09-14Profession: ITEmployment type: Direct Hire

Keywords: Volt, Poway , Firmware Engineer, Engineering , Poway, California

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