Thursday, 30 June 2016

NOJA Power Switchgear Pty Ltd,Graduate Embedded Software Engineer Jobs in Australia



  • Develop sophisticated embedded systems
  • Work in a strong dynamic team environment
  • Permanent full time position
NOJA Power Switchgear manufactures and supplies globally a range of microprocessor based, intelligent medium volta
ge switchgear providing; control, measurement and communication capabilities.
We are seeking a graduate embedded software engineer to join our development team. The successful applicant will enjoy being part of an organization taking Australian technology to the world.  
Experience:  You will be developing C and C++ software for  embedded systems. You will be working in the areas of:
  • Development of uCLinux or Linux applications on embedded systems
  • Eclipse, GNU Tools
  • Real time systems
  • Working with revision control systems such as SVN
  • Development over the entire SDLC
  • Contributing to the requirements gathering and design of solutions
  • Communications protocols (especially SCADA)
  • Cryptographic functions
  • Smart Grid Automation
Qualifications: You will have a degree in software and or electronic  engineering.
Responsibility: You will have the maturity, focus and intensity to manage your priorities and projects, while providing a reasonable degree of transparency and progress to the R&D Software Development Manager.
Personal Attributes: You will be expected to have a "team-player" attitude, while also demonstrating strong leadership, and accountability for delivering the best design solutions in an effective, responsible and timely manner. You will be energetic and pro active with a determination to successfully meet objectives.
Only Brisbane applicants will be considered as there is a need for this position to be filled immediately.
 
Applications should be addressed to:
Management Secretary
NOJA Power Switchgear Pty Ltd
16 Archimedes Place
Murarrie Qld 4172

Phone: 07 3907 8777 Facsimile 07 3890 0077
Email: jobs@nojapower.com.au
Web: www.nojapower.com.au

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