A key clients of Randstad's partnered with a highly advanced Technology company, who specialise in developing state-of-the-art technology with the potential to increase the efficiency of hydraulic systems by 400%. They are developing customer solutions with application across a range of sectors, including industrial, energy, automotive and aerospace.
Due to a rapid period of growth, they are now looking to add a Firmware Engineer to the team.
The successful candidate will be a key part of a growing electronics and software team within the company and will report to the electronics lead. They will work on the firmware development for new projects and support the maintenance of existing firmware.
* Degree level education in Computer Science, Engineering, Maths, Physics, or closely related subject.
* A proven ability to deliver firmware for embedded systems using C and/or C++.
* Application of object-oriented design principles to embedded systems.
* Signal processing & control system design and implementation.
* Knowledge and use of software version control systems, testing strategies and test infrastructure, ability to use a variety of debug tools and techniques
* Experience with ARM Cortex-M microcontroller architectures.
* Excellent understanding of a variety of microcontroller peripheral types and their use in embedded systems.
* Detailed knowledge and understanding of serial communication protocols including CAN, SPI, I2C and USB.
* Programming experience in other languages including Python.
The role will include a day a week in the Somerset production site, with the remaining 4 days being split between Bristol and home working.
If you're interested please apply ASAP.
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