JOB: Sr. Firmware Developer- ARM, MIPs, or DSP devices

Firmware Developer Openings - Austin, TX

Contact: Dee Dee Dial, Sr. Technology Recruiter Pedley-Richard & Assoc. 512/418-3260 (Note: all resumes are submitted in confidence and will not be shared with any client company without the expressed consent of the individual applicant)

SUMMARY: Design and implement firmware for the SOC firmware development team. A variety of areas of programming skills may be used in this position including device drivers for a variety of device types, file systems, system related programming (e.g. kernel support), audio streaming, etc. There are also a wide range of openings in terms of needed skill. Depending upon skill level, a highly experienced candidate for this position may be tasked with responsibilities ranging from software system architecture making high level design decisions, while a jr level developer could be more focused upon implementing designs defined by other software designers. Developers hired into this position will experience a well organized software development process, in an organization carefully constructed to support their success.

REQUIRED EDUCATION / SKILLS / EXPERIENCE: a.. Excellent C programming skills b.. Minimum of 5 years of real time embedded system software design experience-not just maintenance or support experience. Must have been part of atleast one full-life cycle development effort that has made it into production c.. Experience with software development for ARM core, MIPs, and/or DSP56k core d.. USB driver for ARM, DSP or MIPs e.. SCSI protocol f.. File systems g.. Hard drives h.. Flash media i.. Display drivers j.. USB Mass Storage Class Devices experience a plus k.. PTP-Picture Transfer Protocol and/or MTP-Media Transfer Protocol l.. Familiarity with audio and/or various audio compression formats such as MP3 and WMA (not an algorithms expert) m.. Ability to review/debug assembly required. Ability to implement

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