Embedded Systems Engineer

POSTED: August 30, 2019
BUSINESS: SensorHound, Inc
POSITION TYPE: Full-time or Part-time
START DATE: Immediate Availability

SensorHound, Inc. is developing breakthrough security and reliability solutions for the Internet of
Things (IoT). We are committed to making the IoT safer and more cost-effective for everyone. As our
company continues to grow, we are looking for an experienced Embedded Systems Engineer who shares
this commitment. We offer exciting opportunities in a fast-paced and stimulating work environment
where you’ll have an impact from day one.

What you’ll be doing:
● Design and develop firmware and software for embedded systems
● Design and execute test plans for creatively and thoroughly testing firmware products
● Debug and maintain existing software/firmware
● Maintain code in a repository using tools like Git
● Collaborate closely with the team to meet product release deadlines


What you’ll bring to the table:
● BS/MS/PhD in Computer Science or equivalent, preferably with years of hands-on experience of
embedded systems development and testing
● Excellent programming and testing skills in C/C++
● Experience in embedded and real-time operating systems (e.g., FreeRTOS, uClinux, Ubuntu)
● Familiarity with cutting-edge embedded programming tools and methods
● Good communication and interpersonal skills


What gives you edge over others:
● 2+ years of industrial experience in developing reliable embedded systems
● Unix shell scripting or Python scripting for testing automation
● Familiarity with agile practices such as Scrum and Test Driven Development
● Experience with GitHub/Altassian and continuous delivery tools like Jenkins


Application Instructions:
Please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@sensorhound.com for consideration. SensorHound, Inc. is
an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. EOE/M/F/V/D

 

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