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Requisition Number 18-0005
Post Date 3/6/2018
Title Sr. Engineer, Firmware
City Santa Clara
Description • Assist in architecting solutions for code optimization of existing device drivers
• Develop and assist in development of BSP, device drivers and test programs
• Prepare and document SRD, SDD, and test plans for the development
• Participate and represent team in discussions with marketing and hardware teams
• Enhance and support software engineering and development processes
• Develop firmware/software architecture for 32-bit MCU platform
• Develop solutions based on firmware platform; demonstrations, example programs, reference designs, etc.
• Propose and review architecture and design decisions and guidelines.
• Create technical documents
Requirements • BSCS, BSCE, or BSEE; MSCS, MSCE, or MSEE preferred
• 8+ years of experience with at least 5 years in the embedded area
• At least 3 years’ experience of working on ARM architecture
• Expert level C and ARM assembly programming skills
• Prior experience in developing memory constraint systems or experience in low level code optimization
• Expert level BSP development skills for embedded MCUs and MPUs
• Hands-on system bring-up, testing, and debugging skills
• Excellent reading skills for complete understanding of technical documents such as ARM Architecture Specifications and MCU hardware manuals etc.
• Excellent understanding of “Programming Model” of complex hardware
• Demonstrated capacity for capturing/documenting product requirements and creating design specification
• Equally comfortable with precision and ambiguity
• Team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Experience in working with geographically distributed teams
• Can-do attitude with unwavering sense of urgency
  • Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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