IOT Developer

Senior Developer

Ref: 42Monday 3 September 2018

This vacancy is now closed

Exceptional opportunity to join a company that is involved in Energy conservation.  As the successful candidate you will be helping to develop multiple embedded systems that will be deployed worldwide  to help eliminate energy wastage.


Your Experience

  • Strong experience with embedded systems. While the company can be flexible regarding the exact mix of skills, you would need to be familiar with many of the following: serial communication (RS232, RS485), TCP, IP, correct handling of embedded boards, I2C, GPIO, J2ME, cellular communications, embedded linux distros, board support packages, device drivers, custom linux kernels, embedded controllers, resource constrained embedded devices
  • Very strong programming skills
  • Knowledge of at least some of the following IOT protocols/methodologies: MQTT, mbed, REST, CoAP, XMPP
  • Ability to use a source control software like GitHub, TFS or SVN

Nice to Have:

  • Python
  • Lua
  • Android development
  • Embedded security technologies
  • Digital electronics, analog electronics


What you'll do:

  • Develop, integrate and test embedded software that will run on company's embedded hardware platforms
  • Work with a range of stakeholders to ensure that the correct software features are developed and that the correct hardware decisions are made
  • Participate in all phases of the Application Development Lifecycle
  • Gain an understanding of the energy efficiency business and  customers' concerns regarding energy usage
  • Use your logical and creative problem-solving skills, to assist with product development,  deployments, and to better understand customer requirements
  • Be prepared to occasionally undertake international travel to visit customer sites

The role offers flexibility in working arrangements and an chance to make a real positive difference in worldwide energy consumption.  Suitable applicants will be contacted quickly to arrange interviews so please apply now.