Lead Software Engineer,Linux,Kernel,VxWorks,C Buckinghamshire
Lead Software Engineer, Linux, Kernel, VxWorks, C Buckinghamshire
Senior Linux Kernel / Device Driver Software Engineers are sought by this world leading organisation based in Buckinghamshire.
You will be responsible for leading a team of Software Engineers tasked with the development of kernel and driver level software for digital receiver products with very high performance memory architectures. This is still a hands on development position and you will be involved in full software lifecycle development including writing low level software in C
You will have a great technical degree (or equiv.) and have a very high competency in software design and development. Currently you will be leading a small team of Engineers where you will be developing driver level software under Linux in C using the latest software development techniques. Exposure to VxWorks or Windows development at driver level would be a benefit as would bare metal level software development for FPGA based devices.
Excellent package is on offer including great basic, bonus and full benefits! On-going career and skills development is also on offer coupled with a great working environment. To apply contact Adrian Wagstaff on 01189 881141 or email@example.com.
Key Skills, Software, Kernel, Device Drivers, C, Team Lead, Linux, VxWorks, Buckinghamshire.
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