Minimum 3 years experience with Embedded software development
The department HC-CS/XCT is responsible for the development of control units for heating appliances. Within the department several SAFe trains have been set up consisting of multidisciplinary scrum teams, responsible for Hardware (mechanical and electrical) and Software (control application and embedded) development.
As Firmware Engineer you are involved in the entire software development process, from drawing up requirements up to maintenance of the created software. You are owner of your design during the entire development cycle. When needed you provide support to your team members and others working with your software and also to the users integrating your software into their products.
Your task and responsibilities
- Requirements refinement;
- Design, develop and test the firmware;
- (Technically) documenting the software, specifically with Safety related parts;
- Proper use of tooling like JIRA, Jenkins, Artifactory and so on;
- Give support with testing and solving issues;
- Recognize possible process and product improvements and actively implement such improvements.
You need to have
- Experience in software design;
- Experience in software development with C/C++ or comparable languages;
- Familiar with configuration management and use of software development tool chains and debugging environments;
- Capable of writing product software specifications and (internal) technical documentation;
- Proactive attitude;
- Accuracy and pragmatism;
- Completed BSc or MSc education in embedded software or equivalent;
- Minimum 3 years experience with Embedded software development;
- Proficiency in English;
- Familiar with agile working procedures (Scrum/Kanban);
- Independent, entrepreneurial and quality sensitive.
Team player with hands-on mentality
Our ideal candidate is entrepreneurial and thinks in solutions rather than problems. You act independently and decisive; you take initiative and you are result oriented. You take responsibility for your decisions and actions.