Software Architect for Embedded Platforms
What tasks await you?
- In your role, you will implement strategic projects and assume overall responsibility for the architecture of embedded systems.
- As the leader of a motivated team of developers, your most important tool is clear communication of complex technical issues to internal and external audiences.
- You contribute your ideas and put together functioning, innovative solutions in every area – from the feasibility analysis and cost assessment to the project work itself. A key element here is close cooperation with our customers in various sectors including energy, medical technology and logistics.
- You get the opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise at gatherings, dojos, and technology camps as part of a knowledge sharing economy.
What you offer:
- You have at least eight years professional experience in the development and architecture of complex software or automation projects in agile environments, with at least two years in a leading system architecture role.
- You love taking on new challenges and relish variety. You have a gift for creative solutions and eagerly take on responsibility. When communicating with clients, you are convincing even at the highest level, and you can make the most complex architectural concepts readily comprehensible.
- To date, your focus has largely been on C/C++, but you are also familiar with other programming languages.
- You have a degree in IT/electrical engineering (or similar discipline), with a high level of proficiency in German (C1 Level) and a good command of English.
Develop your talent in a highly qualified environment: Zühlke offers you a wide range of opportunities for knowledge exchange and networking plus the security of a long-standing success story. You can develop your career individually, as we will offer you four weeks of further training per year, training camps and active knowledge sharing among experts. Would you like to find out more? Then read our Success Stories or join the conversation on our Zühlke Blog.