Embedded Software Engineer

Yaskawa America
October 09, 2023
Offerd Salary:$135-$155
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Job Details Description

Develop embedded software for value added product to assist in achieving sales growth and the success of the corporate business. Participate in all phases of development including specification, detailed design, testing and design review. Provide support and training for developed products to related departments. Responsible for designing, implementing, and testing software following internally created design processes. Tasks can be very complex, but typically follow established general procedures and are carried out collaboratively with peer associates. Works with minimal direct supervision but communicates frequently with peers and supervisors on all aspects of development.

Requirements – Bachelor's degree or foreign degree equivalent in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering or related field and 2 years of experience in the job offered or embedded software design. Employer also accepts master's or foreign degree equivalent in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering or related field.

Special skills - Coursework or experience with C++, embedded software, motion control, and Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS).

Salary: $135-$155K/year

Employer & Work Address: Yaskawa America, Inc., 150 Spear Street, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94105

Any Applicant who is interested in this position may apply to: https: // www. yaskawa.com/about-us/careers or HR, 150 Spear Street, Suite 700. San Francisco, CA 94105

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