Software Integration Engineer

17 May 2017
14 Jun 2017
Isabelle Eustace
Contract Type
Full Time
The opportunity sits within a team of Embedded Development Engineers working within RTOS environments using C or C++, and the ideal candidate will get the chance to work at the cutting edge of wireless communications and on the next generation of remote access networks, across a range of sectors including Smart Grids, Public Safety, Transportation and Oil & Gas.

The role itself involves:

* Development, construction and testing of wireless backhaul solutions for LTE small cells
* Maintenance of the SW integration lab systems
* Problem investigation and bug fixing
* Production test software support and level 3 support
* Software Code, Test, Integration and Documentation

The ideal candidate has experience of some of the following:

* Educated to Degree Level in Electronics Engineering/Computer Science related discipline or equivalent relevant experience
* Practical working knowledge of networking - Layer 2/3, 802.3, 802.1, 802.11, IPv4 and IPv6
* Practical knowledge of configuring and testing of LTE systems spanning UEs, eNBs and EPCs. Experience with WiFi, Bluetooth and optionally WiMAX systems.
* Good programming skills in Linux environment using bash scripts, python, perl as well as C/C++ etc.
* Experienced in development of Real Time Embedded Linux Systems on low cost SBCs and SoC based platforms (e.g. TI ARM+DSP).
* Very good verbal and written communication skills.
* Minimum 3 years of professional experience.

If you would like to know more about the position, please get in touch.

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