Lead Embedded Software Engineer
Location: Flexible remote working (office based in Nottingham)
Salary: £50,000 – 55,000
Surprisingly, the term “bare metal” doesn’t actually mean “lots of metal” when it comes to embedded technology…but you already knew that didn’t you?
In fact, when it comes to embedded development there isn’t much that you can’t do if you put your mind to it.
C/C++? Done it.
Microcontrollers? Easy peasy.
RTOS/Linux/Bare metal? Been there, got the t shirt.
You’re probably in a pretty senior position at your current company, “relatively happy”, and you’ve been there a little while now, but the shine’s come off the apple a little bit, hasn’t it?
It might not necessarily be money or progression, but you’re starting to think that there’s something missing.
Luckily, it doesn’t have to stay that way.
There’s an electronics design consultancy in Nottingham looking for someone like you, and they’re willing to do whatever they can to make sure you get that spring back in your step.
It’s a Lead role, so if you’re not the type of dev that loves mentoring and making the team around them better, it’s not going to be for you.
If you love pitching in to help out the less experienced members of your team though, you’ll fit right in and will have complete free reign to pick and choose their design principles, their software development processes, and ultimately make contributions that have a huge impact not just internally but for their client as well.
Firmware and Embedded is their bread and butter, so if you have a particularly strong skillset with Linux that’s going to be a huge plus, but you don’t have to be Linus Torvalds.
Salary is up to £55k, flexible remote working (they know some people just like being in the office and others…well…don’t), and most importantly a huge amount of upcoming projects for you to take ownership of and do what you do best without a single micromanager in sight.
Fancy a chat? Send your CV over.