Senior Firmware Engineer

  • Bristol
  • Computerworld Personnel Ltd
Senior Firmware Engineer 23796/580 Aberystwyth £45,000 to £55,000 Benefits
Relocation package Pension (8%) 4x Life Assurance Profit Share Scheme
My client is a Global Manufacturer working closely with blue-chip businesses, supporting them with production and process improvements. Based in the idyllic coast of Aberystwyth, my client is offering a relocation package to those looking for a change in scenery to support an easy move. Role and Responsibilities
Design and implement firmware for embedded systems. Develop test procedures for firmware. Improve firmware for performance, power consumption, and memory usage. Work closely with hardware engineers to ensure seamless integration of firmware. Create and maintain comprehensive documentation for firmware code, algorithms, and validations results. Conduct peer code reviews. Continuous improvement. Resolve embedded software issues.
Experience and Skills
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or related fields. 5-7 years in firmware or embedded software development. Proficiency in embedded C/C++ programming. Familiarity with various microcontroller architectures and their peripherals, especially arm. Strong understanding of software development life cycle, including version control (e.g. Git), debugging, and testing. Knowledge of 12C, SPI, UART, USB
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