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Junior Embedded Engineer

Bucharest, Romania
In our embedded software development department, we develop applications and services for automotive systems (navigation, media playback, smartphone integration, safety), as well as smart, Internet-enabled devices for home and industry.

What we offer:
A paid internship of 3 months, with prospect of a full-time position after completion.
A professional environment and a young team of embedded development experts.
Flexible hours.
The chance to learn how Linux-based modern embedded systems are built and how to write code in safety-critical and performance constrained applications.
Exposure to mainstream open source technologies: C/C++ programming, internals of Android, Yocto or other embedded Linux distributions, Linux internals such as boot process (uboot, kernel startup, system), inter-process communication protocols, security concepts such as TLS and PKI infrastructure (OpenSSL), portable GUIs , logging and trace systems (DLT), build systems (bitbake), version control (git).
The opportunity to acquire the basics of the software development process: issue tracking, version control, code reviews and agile project management.
Access to trainings, professional certifications and our own specially designed learning program.
A monthly salary starting from €500 -  €600, depending on your previous experience.
Personalized coaching. 
Flexible program.
Performance bonuses.
Creative virtual hangouts.
Afterhour parties.
Premium medical insurance.
Central location - Timpuri Noi Square & Remote Work Policy. 

Your role:
Work closely with senior developers.
Implement software running under Linux in an embedded environment.
Write C and C++ code for real hardware which will be delivered to thousands of users worldwide
Test the developed modules on prototype hardware.
Work and have fun with the team.

We will definitely appreciate if you have:
Very good C and/or C++ programming skills.
Familiar with using and programming under Linux operating system.
Passion for UNIX and Open Source technologies.
Knowledge of how embedded devices work.
Not afraid of wires, hw boards, electricity and pointers.
Fluency in both written and spoken English.

We really welcome people:
Ready to learn new things (we have some amazing mentors here)
Able to teach us new things (we really appreciate and reward experience)
Who don’t want to be just another cogwheel in a huge code factory
Wanting their work and skills to be recognized and appreciated

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