Firmware Engineer

Role Summary: In this role as a Firmware Engineer, you will be part of a development team working in new product introduction and existing product sustaining / support. This team is responsible for long term development programs as well as short-cycle custom design tasks that leverage existing product platforms. Essential Responsibilities: In this role as a Firmware Engineer you will: Design using object-oriented techniques and associated languages Analyze embedded code to determine root cause of defects and implement corrective action Develop systems using real-time embedded operating systems (QNX, VxWorks, etc.) Develop and implement embedded software ranging from high-level application to low-level hardware device drivers Work with NPI and sustaining engineering teams in development and execution of product enhancements, product upgrades, and new product introductions Engage in all aspects of product development ranging from system level design and requirements analysis through code development and testing Involved in all aspects of product development ranging from system-level design and requirements analysis, feature development, through prototype generation and testing, to final design validation, documentation, and product releaseQualifications/Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related engineering discipline from an accredited college or university Desired Characteristics: Demonstrated skills of C / C++ programming language Experience creating an embedded application, deploying to an embedded target, and debugging from an embedded target 3097596
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