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Embedded Solutions Engineer- Linux - Columbus

Company Name:
Q4 Consulting
Schedule: Full-time
Organization: Technology Growth Platform
Location: Location Negotiable

Technology Growth Platform (TGP) offers a full range of global delivery services-from enterprise solutions, system integration, technical architectures, business intelligence, infrastructure consulting, and technology research/development.

Our TGP consultants can expect to:
? work with cutting edge technology
? deliver high-quality solutions across multiple industries
? work on a variety of projects ranging in both size and scope
? receive continuous training
? gain rapid career progression
Job Description
Embedded Software Engineering professionals focus on the technology foundation requiredto enable consumer and enterpriseembedded applications. These individuals will have skills in development/debugging/testingLinux based Embedded devices/platforms.
Basic Qualifications

Minimum of a Bachelor's degree
Minimum of 3 - 4 year?s experience developing/testing on Android or other Linux based operating systems.

Preferred Skills
Baseporting experience on embedded platforms
Development experience in handset technology solutions, tablets or Settop Boxes
Solid experience in one or more of the following : low level APIs, familiarity with Debugging Kernels and Device Drivers, Hardware Adaption Layers (Base, Connectivity or Multimedia), Middleware frameworks etc.
Good understanding of Software Development Life Cycle and Methodologies
Broad knowledge of embedded architecture, individual components, and interaction between those.
Developing a high level embedded design which supports a robust technology solution, taking into account the user requirements, technical requirements, etc.
Reviewing and supervising embedded design components
Driving and supervising embedded technology build, test and deployment activities
Troubleshooting, diagnosing, and supporting embedded platform development
Excellent written and verbal communication skills

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