We are currently looking for a Software Developer for a great client of ours for their Limerick office.
If you are a software development specialist searching for a challenging work where you are able to use the latest technologies and you believe that you can deliver on an important project in a positive team environment, there is no doubt that you are the type of person they would love to have on their team!
About the client
Our client is a market leader who helps their customers build, manage, optimize and secure their IT infrastructure through their global presence. For those who aspire to work with some of the leaders of the industry and thrive in challenging roles, this is an excellent opportunity for you.
* Participate in feature requirements definition
* Develop features
* Problem isolation and fault finding
* Support test automation for developed features
* Customer issue replication
* Creating and updating of releases notes.
* Work with Product Management to understand requirements.
* Work within Development to test product and isolate issues.
You Must Have
* Honours Degree in Computer Science/Software Engineering/Electronic Engineering
* 1-2 years of professional S/W development
* Good knowledge of C/C++ programming with good embedded debugging skills
* Excellent analytical skills and an ability to cope with ambiguity and change
* Experience in the full software development cycle within a project based environment
* Able to use debuggers, protocol analysers and logic analysers
* Experience with modern 32bit processors / microcontrollers e.g. ARM and their toolchains
* Self-starter with excellent communication and documentation skills and with the ability to work unaided
Experience in one or many of the following is a plus
* Linux/UNIX development skills (ideally in an embedded environment) including networking, scripting and socket programming
* Some development experience with Embedded Linux Kernel and Device Drivers
* Familiar with USB protocols
* Possess a thorough understanding of protocol stack concepts and architecture