Embedded and Low-level programmer for Medical Device Development
Join our dedicated team and become part of a company applying state-of-the-art technology to improve the lives of millions of diabetics worldwide.
At RSP Systems A/S, we are developing a non-invasive glucose meter based on Raman spectroscopy. We are striving to bring painless glucose monitoring to diabetic patients all over the world. To strengthen our development efforts, we are looking for a new colleague, who will develop and implement Linux drivers for the hardware in our medical device.
Our new embedded and low-level programmer is expected to bring innovative thinking, great communication, and problem-solving skills while acting as a strong link in the integration between the hardware and software for our medical device.
You will become the first member of our core infrastructure team responsible for porting and improving our embedded test software environments, in collaboration with our partners in Finland.
We offer an inspiring environment, where getting the job done requires not only a strong professional skill set but also a measure of ingenuity and creativity.
The successful candidate will be a self-starter, yet a strong team player, with an innovative spirit and a drive to make a difference.
We expect that you have a Bachelor’s/Master’s in Electronic or Software Engineering and a minimum of 3 years of work experience.
The ideal candidate must meet the following criteria:
- Minimum 3 years of solid expertise in Linux OS and kernel drivers for embedded systems
- Strong experience with low-level I/O and inter-processor communication
It is an advantage if you have:
- Knowledge of Qt5/C++
- Experience with Yocto Linux
- Debugging of hardware
- Experience with NXP/i.mx6 processors
Work location: Our offices are located in Odense, Denmark.
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The deadline for applications is the 25th of April 2019. The desired start date is 1 June 2019, though an earlier or later start date is also possible.
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