Jacobs Embedded Firmware Developer in Severn, Maryland
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Perform C/C++ embedded firmware development.
Make use of C and C++11 language constructs and patterns.
Use requirements to analyze, design, and implement functional needs.
Write unit tests using Google test framework.
Write bash and python scripts.
Interface with FPGA devices and Windows GUI or web server.
Coordinate with hardware engineers to develop requirements and test engineers to build and configure tests. Work in a Scrum environment using Atlassian tools, and participate in daily standups, weekly sprint planning, and PR code reviews.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Active Secret level security clearance.
Five years embedded firmware development.
Five years C/C++ development.
Five years’ experience with low level device drivers such as UART, I2C, SPI, CAN, ADC, DAC, etc.
Past development of engineering applications that make use of physical principles and mathematical methods.
Experience with board support packages.
Experience with RTOS such as Keil RTX.
Ability to read schematics.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Physics, Math, Electrical or Computer Engineering, or Computer Science. Experience with FPGA.
Experience with Windows GUI.
Understanding of RF concepts.
Willingness to quickly learn new technologies and aspects of the job.
Self-starter who takes initiative and solves problems on own.
Communicates well in personal interactions and in writing.
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