- Published: June 22, 2021
An integral part of GuardKnox R&D, is the embedded software team. This team is responsible for the core software stack which powers GuardKnox embedded solutions. The SW TL will the responsible for high reliability real time embedded software development activities on all layers, starting from bare metal and up to application.
The position requires a highly self-motivated SW TL engineer, independent and out of the box thinker. You will have the opportunity to be involved from early stages of architecture & design planning, through development and testing, up to integration within GuardKnox hardware products, cloud infrastructures, and field deployment.
- Lead a team of junior and senior embedded software engineers.
- Define feature development scope and plan for successful product delivery.
- Act as a technical leader while design directions and goals sometimes unclear.
- Manage multiple activities and priorities, as well as conflicting points of view.
- Set expectations with software, architecture, and hardware stakeholders
- Define, evaluate, investigate and prototype technologies and solutions.
- Design, Develop and Verify embedded SW, both in low level and system level (Hands-On is required).
- Bachelors’ degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or related discipline from a familiar institute - MUST
- 3+ years of managerial experience and 8+ years of software engineering experience - MUST
- Experience in building and directing a team of skilled engineers - must
- Leadership and excellent collaboration skills - MUST
- Strong coding skills in C++ and C programming languages - MUST
- Knowledge in operating systems and concepts (Integrity/VxWorks/QNX/LynxOS/Linux Embedded) – Must
- Experience with Agile-Scrum, Unit Testing and Code Review methodologies - preferred
- Familiarity with computational complexity considerations (time and space) - must
- Experience with software design (OOD) and data structures – must
- Strong design and analytical skills – must
- Experience working with storage and networking protocols (TCP/IP) - MUST