Embedded Software Developer - Kolding, Denmark

5th September 2016
Careers Post from: Schneider Electric SA
Written by : Lanna Cooper

Schneider Electric develops connected technologies and solutions to manage energy and process in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable. The Group invests in R&D in order to sustain innovation and differentiation, with a strong commitment to sustainable development.

Job Description:

The company are currently seeking a candidate for the Embedded Software Developer position in Kolding, Denmark.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Working on one project at a time, you will create unique UPS solutions.

  • You take part in daily Scrum meetings and collaborate closely with six to eight team members with different specialist backgrounds.

  • You operate on various platforms – DSP, ARM, softcores, FPGA and SoC.

You will primarily work with embedded programming. Furthermore, your areas of responsibility span from real time design and monitoring to controlling hardware and communication protocols. While creating new and exciting features with your colleagues, you ensure that the company test their solutions in the optimum way and always keep an eye on reaching milestones.

Required Qualifications:

  • You have an Engineering degree within electronics, data or similar – probably combined with a few years of experience designing and programming embedded systems (micro controllers or DSP).

  • Doing so, you have learned how to test embedded software.

  • Furthermore, you have experience with C programming and maybe VHDL.

  • You must know the basics of hardware, allowing you to hook up your newly developed software to the company hardware.

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