Excellent opportunity to strengthen our clients Software team as the Senior / Embedded Android Developer to help develop a medical device to improve point of care solutions.
Our client is passionate about providing an affordable, easy-to-use medical device used to analyse DNA to identify if a patient is vulnerable to certain diseases.
The successful candidate will focus primarily on embedded and off-board software development, verification and validation activities following IEC 62304 within an ISO13485 diagnostic medical device product environment, with participation in methodical code-level legacy software review, rationalisation and optimization, also providing investigation and root-cause analysis for software-related technical issues.
- Private Healthcare
- Death in Service Benefit
- Group Income Protection
- Share -Option Scheme
- 25 days' Holiday (plus 8 statutory bank holidays) Per Year
- Discretionary Bonus
- Group Personal Pension scheme
- Hybrid Working
- Bachelor's degree or higher in computer science/electronics engineering/physics or similar
- Android application development and debugging using e.g. Kotlin, Android Studio or Java
- Understanding and experience in Android customization, modification and compilation process
- Demonstrable experience in object oriented design and unit testing
- At least 3 years post-graduate embedded software development experience
- Working experience gained in a regulated environment (e.g. medical device - ISO13485, IEC62304, automotive, aerospace, financial etc.)
- Experience in leading sprints and conducting scrums
- Experience of work within ticketing system (e.g. JIRA), Agile development & source code control (eg. Bit-bucket)
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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