Are you an experienced Senior Software Engineer with a proven track record in the medical device industry looking to join a dynamic organisation?
Our client is a global leading medical device company who strives for excellence when it comes to their products, customer service, and sales. It's a great time to be joining such a business due to the global harmonisation of their team of R&D engineers who are fully equipped with the latest CAD and modelling technologies, to create a really dynamic environment with lots of opportunity to contribute to design and development.
Firstly, the candidate will be working primarily to support the ongoing development of our clients new energy platform. The device sits on top of a surgical trolley, will accommodate various probes and feature/incorporate power supply, RF generation and touchscreen technology.
The role places a heavy emphasis on documentation (due to the nature of Medical development) and, whilst the ideal candidate would have Medical Device experience, if they have worked in other highly regulated, safety critical industries, they would also be considered.
- Generous Pension Scheme
- Free Life Assurance
- Private Medical Insurance
- 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays)
- Bonus Scheme
- Hybrid Working
- Embedded development, programming in C
- Will be programming onto 4 processors, 2 bare metal, 2 utilising an RTOS (Azure or Threadx)
- Should be familiar with a range of communication protocols i.e. SPI, CAN and I2C
- Has experience/familiarity with IEC62304
- Experience with integration and unit testing
- Is familiar/comfortable supporting and overseeing code development, including working with external/third parties.
Austin Fraser is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Austin Fraser is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.
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