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Senior Embedded Software Engineer Job In Manchester, Futures

Published 2022-06-27
Expires 2022-07-27
ID #1062720465
50000 £
Senior Embedded Software Engineer Job In Manchester, Futures
United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, Manchester,
Published June 27, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior embedded software engineer
Min. Salary: 40000.00


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Manufacturing Futures seek to appoint a Senior Embedded Software Engineer working predominantly in embedded C. It's a really exciting time to join a market leader in a rapidly growing industry with an ever growing customer base. You will take the lead on your own projects as part of an inter-disciplinary engineering team, regularly liaising with mechanical, electronics and electrical engineers. This Senior Embedded Software Engineer role is a hands-on design position developing embedded software but it would be beneficial if you had previous experience supervising a team. Career progression can be rapid and the potential for growth is huge. You'll be joining an excellent team with market leading products and technologies.

Senior Embedded Software Engineer - Skills and Abilities - C, C++, C#, Embedded C, Embedded Software, Firmware, Electronics

* Degree qualified in Electronics, Electrical & Electronic Engineering or Computer Science preferred
* Proficient in C with at least five years industry experience
* Experience with Microcontrollers / Microprocessors
* RTOS software experience

Senior Embedded Software Engineer, C, C++, C#, Embedded C, Embedded Software, Firmware, Electronics

Please do not hesitate to apply for this role if you feel that your experience is relevant for this vacancy. You don't want to miss out

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    Futures
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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