Careers - C Engineer
Want to revolutionize IoT development?
In our team we develop Renode - an open source development framework for embedded systems that allows you to emulate complicated multi-node environments. We bring what’s best in software development to the world of embedded, with testing capabilities, continuous integration and rapid prototyping.
As a team member you will work on emulation of different computer architectures, such as RISC-V, ARM or x86. You will be expected to learn details of the Linux kernel and other open source operating systems, working on improving the Renode workflow and extending its capabilities. You will be required to analyze the performance of and to create unit tests for your code. You will have to solve complex problems that might include working with assembly, code generation, code translation, interoperability between higher and lower level languages and portability between different OSes.
- Bachelor or Master degree in computer science, electronics or related fields
- expertise in C programming
- “hacker” mindset
- readiness for everyday work in Linux
- great skill in working with large codebases
- willingness to learn about computer architecture
- experience in git
- interest in open source projects
- interest in embedded systems / IoT is welcome
- good command of English
- ability and willingness to learn and work as part of a team
- full-time employment only (no B2B, no agencies)
- valid work permit for Poland/European Union
If you meet the listed criteria and want to join our team, apply by sending your CV in PDF to email@example.com
If you are still studying full-time, but wish to apply for the position in the future, you can take an internship program with us - send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org
We reserve the right to reply only to selected applications.
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