Newly graduated, or graduating in 2020, and ready to put your skills to use in real life?
Silicon Labs is the leading provider of silicon, software, and solutions for a smarter, more connected world.
We hire the most innovative talent in the world to solve the industry’s toughest problems, providing our customers with significant advantages in performance, energy savings, connectivity and design simplicity. Silicon Labs’ software and mixed signal engineering teams create solutions for customers in diverse markets including the Internet of Things (IoT), internet infrastructure, TV tuners, as well as automotive and consumer radios. Our solutions are in products from the market leaders in home automation, electric vehicles, green technology, smart TVs, and home voice control automation!
The Central Research & Development Software team is responsible for delivering embedded software for new and experimental features that can be used across all Silicon Lab’s products. The team will collaborate with the chip design teams in an early phase of the product development, ensuring that new chip features can be efficiently controlled by software, as well as delivering software support for these features. Focusing on the future needs of the company, the team will also deliver experimental proof-of-concept demos and productize these when deemed viable.
Is this a great match for you?
We’re seeking a creative, flexible, and pragmatic individual with a keen interest in embedded software design. You will be a key member of a highly capable team of embedded software engineers, with a passion for exploring new areas where we can improve Silicon Labs product offering.
Collaborate with chip design teams to ensure next generation chips can be efficiently controlled by software.
Create drivers for new and experimental chip designs.
Create proof-of-concept demos of experimental SW.
Productize new software features.
Recent or 2020 University Graduate
Proficient in C programming.
Proficient in scripting languages such as Python.
Experience in low-level embedded programming.
Experience with debugging.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to multitask and able to come up to speed with new technologies, concepts or methods quickly.
Master’s degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or related field.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Note: Applications will be considered continuously. No application deadline.
For questions, please contact Emma Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 512-532-5771.
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