Do you have an idea for the next big thing in wearable computing?
We are looking for candidates who can help take Qualcomm traditional strengths in wireless hardware and software into next generation of wearable consumer devices. We are a startup group that is looking to define the landscape for body area network devices. Our team is designing new applications for personal wearable electronic devices that will be commercialized in near future. We are searching for a candidate who is flexible, creative and energetic; someone who can work independently and effectively in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
You will be responsible for researching and proposing new features for embedded wireless devices, developing and commercially deploying them. You will work closely with the team of product manager, UX engineers, hardware and test team to develop new features.
Candidate must have a keen interest in new technologies and be excited to learn. Candidates must be able to work well with others in a technical environment and have strong communication and interpersonal skills. Recent relevant industry experience is required.
Candidates must have proven industry experience in the following areas:
C++ programming and Object Oriented Programming.
Experience in software development on mobile devices or other embedded platforms.
ARM programming model
Work independently and in small teams on new feature development, including feasibility analysis, requirements capture, design, implementation, test, and maintenance
Produce high-quality requirements and design documentation, and collaborate with others on design and implementation activities
Enjoy the challenge of developing robust, high-quality software for resource-constrained embedded architectures
Candidates with experience in following areas are preferred:
GUI application, UI widget development
RTOS such as ThreadX, Nucleus etc.
Python, Lua, Java
Required: Bachelor's, Computer Science
Preferred: Master's, Computer Science
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