We are seeking exceptional candidates who possess a blend of technical skills to successfully support the iteration and development of hardware products for highly demanding automotive customers.
The Senior Firmware / Hardware Engineer will support the fast growth of a product team, will report directly to the Head of Engineering and will be primarily responsible for the development and continuous improvement of internally developed hardware solutions including:
- Contribute actively in the design of new solutions;
- Provide critical support with the purpose of improved quality and cost reduction;
- Work with schematic and PCB design;
- Assist prototyping and bring-up and design;
- Design and troubleshoot microcontroller and embedded mixed signal systems;
- Create and maintain test plans with automation in mind;
- Implement and debug C++ code independently in complex multithreaded RTOS;
- Design, implement and maintain complex algorithms and data structures;
- Participate in all phases of design on singular projects;
- Create detailed documentation for the complete firmware lifecycle.
Are you inspired by invention? Is problem solving through teamwork in your DNA? Do you like the idea of seeing how your work impacts the bigger picture?
Answer yes to these and you’ll fit right in here at Stratio hardware development team. Also, we are looking for someone with:
- Proven experience in hardware development;
- Hardware knowledge in analog and digital systems;
- Firmware development for embedded systems in V-model (C / C++);
- Survey and requirements analysis;
- Debug of embedded systems with RTOS in ARM Cortex M4 processors;
- Design and execution of unit tests, integration and regression tests using Cantata or Tessy test tools;
- Knowledge of Eclipse IDE, Keil or IAR;
- Knowledge of ISO 26262 standard, Misra C standard and Autosar framework;
- Professional fluency in English.
- Above average compensation package
- Opportunity for high impact in a fast-growing company deploying hardware worldwide
- Join a team of world class challenge-oriented engineers paving the way for the future of the automotive industry