Embedded C Software Developer for Automotive


The ideal candidate will be flexible, self-motivated, able to adapt in a dynamic environment, able to efficiently communicate with other development and testing teams, pro-active in finding new ways for improvement. Main tasks are:

  • Develop embedded software (C/C++ language) for car (CAN/Diagnosis) interfaces;
  • Analyze & implement the change requests from customers;
  • Solve the errors reported both by the customer and by the internal testing team;
  • Use test applications for embedded systems;
  • Maintain the source code via a Version control system;

  • Embedded C programming skills;
  • Practical experience in embedded SW development;
  • Practical experience in automotive Communication Protocols (CAN/Diagnosis) and specific tools (CANoe, CAPL scripts);
  • Familiar with Linux environment;
  • Familiar with telecommunication protocols;
  • Work according to AGILE methodology;
  • Be responsible for deliverables;
  • Ability to adapt to a dynamic environment;
  • Good communication skills both with customer and team;
  • Advanced English language knowledge (spoken and written);
  • Availability to travel (focus: Germany);
Optional skills (highly appreciated although not mandatory):
  • Low level SW programming skills (e.g. HW drivers, BSPs)
  • Knowledge of real-time operating systems for embedded devices
  • Experience with version control system

With TotalSoft you can expect to:
  • Work with great technologies, products and colleagues;
  • Gain experience working in a multi-national environment;
  • Be a part of our career development programs;
  • Work while having fun;
  • Enjoy a competitive benefits package and an attractive salary;
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