JOBS: Sr. Firmware/Device Driver Engineers- Austin, TX

JOBS: Sr. Firmware/Device Driver Engineers- Austin, TX

Post by Dee Dee Di » Sun, 05 Jun 2005 04:19:36


Sr. Firmware Developer Openings - Device Drivers for ARM core or DSP
core
Location: Austin, TX

Contact: Dee Dee Dial, Sr. Technology Recruiter
Pedley-Richard & Assoc.
512/418-3260
email: XXXX@XXXXX.COM
(Note: all resumes are submitted in confidence and will NOT be
forwarded to any client company without the expressed consent of the
individual.)

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 low level 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 software/firmware
design & implementation 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 and have worked on
large/complicated devices.
c.. Experience with device driver or operating system software
development for ARM core, DSP56k core, or MIPs.
d.. Ability to review/debug assembly is required. Able to work with
logic analyzers and understand how one chip interfaces with another.
Background must include seasoned industry experience in embedded level
design & Development for either of the following:
a.. SCSI protocol
b.. USB device drivers
c.. File systems
d.. Hard drives
e.. Flash media
f.. Display drivers
Additional plus to have:
a.. USB Mass Storage Class Devices experience a plus
b.. PTP-Picture Transfer Protocol and/or MTP-Media Transfer Protocol
c.. Familiarity with audio and/or various audio compression formats
such as MP3 and WMA (not an algorithms expert)