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28th Oct

Embedded Software Engineer - ARM Cortex

— Robust company offering new product development

£40,000 - £55,000 + benefits
  • State of the art technology
  • New product development
  • Resilient client base with little downturn

This is an opportunity for an experienced Embedded Software Engineer to join a successful company in Bath, offering involvement with new product development and a broad spectrum of technologies across the life cycle. The company offers excellent stability as their client industries are resilient by nature.

What you’ll be doing:

As a multi skilled Embedded Design Engineer with strong ARM Cortex, you’ll be responsible for the design and development of bespoke instrumentation, evaluating development concepts, working closely with customers and multi-disciplines subcontractors and engineers, whilst being a self-starter with plenty of hands on embedded software development.

What experience you’ll need to apply?

  • Strong Embedded software development skills, able to write C/C++ software and firmware for microcontrollers with a degree of complexity.
  • ARM Cortex (essential).
  • As many of the following takes covered; device drivers, user interfaces, digital filters, communications, algorithms, signal processing, power conservation, middleware integration, file systems and RTOS.
  • Good appreciation of Electronics and product development working closely with hardware.
  • Any Physics or Electronics Engineering experience would be beneficial.
  • Used to working with multidisciplined teams in electronics, mechanical, software and production during the product lifecycle.
  • Happy to work with subcontractors and suppliers.

What you’ll get in return for your experience

To be part of a company that looking to develop new products, working closely with another very capable Embedded engineer – supporting clients on existing products and investigating new areas for product development. You will have plenty of autonomy and ownership of your projects with a degree of flexibility.

What's next?

For more information or to apply, apply directly to this advert or ask to speak with Roy Bennett.

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Who's managing this role?

Roy Bennett

Roy Bennett

— Head of Science & Engineering Science & Innovation

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