CoreTigo is leading the revolution of wireless mission critical communications as part of Industry 4.0. We are addressing the true need for wireless communication on the factory floor that cannot be addressed today by existing wireless networks.
We are a fast-growing company, backed by notable investors and strategic partners, that is always in search of talented and driven team players who are up for the challenge and wish to be impactful and influential.
We are seeking a talented Senior Firmware Engineer to play a central role in our R&D group.
You will join the firmware team which develops wireless sensors and actuators, you are expected to deal with all communication layer from PHY to Application layers. In this role you will work closely with experienced engineers, cope with complex and diverse challenges, innovate and develop products. You will tackle hard technical problems (some at the architecture level, some at the code level, some at the product level) and expected to come up with solutions.
Roles & Responsibilities
- Design, implement & debug a new wireless communication protocol on all its layers
- Design, implement & debug various applications for industrial sensors & actuators
- Closely work with Hardware and Software teams to partition HW and SW
- Excellent communication and teamwork skills. Most importantly- a person who enjoys working in a team with very strong peers.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced development environment.
- Self-motivated, Passionate, inquisitive and seeking to solve everyday problems in innovative ways
- B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering from a leading University
- 4+ years hands-on experience with FW development
- C programming skills, familiarity with compilers
- Understanding of wireless communication software/firmware architecture
- Experience with memory constrained Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS)
- Experience with ARM processors architecture.
- Experience with scripting languages (e.g. Python)
- Experience with Git or similar version control system