Siemens Digital Industries Software R&D Engineer for Common Interfaces-Linux Device Driver in Wilsonville, Oregon
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Linux Device Driver R&D Engineer for Common Interfaces
The position can be full-time remote, or hybrid / in-office at any of our locations
- Cambridge (UK), Fremont (California), Hamburg (Germany), Poznan (Poland), Saskatoon or Ottawa (Canada), Wilsonville (Oregon)
Tessent is looking for a highly motivated, creative, and energetic engineer with excellent hands-on experience of device driver development under Linux for common interfaces like USB, PCIe, and others. You will be working in an international team with fellow software and hardware development engineers, as well as quality assurance, customer support, and product marketing engineers. Together we continuously innovate products that define our markets. You will have the opportunity to responsibly lead projects that add significant new functionality and value to the product, and further improve your personal and professional skills and knowledge.
5+ years of experience as a full stack Linux developer with device driver experience for USB and PCIe
Good C / C++ programming experience
A basic understanding of semiconductor design
A basic understanding of FPGA-based development and prototyping
Ability to demonstrate strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Good oral and written communication skills in English
Submit your resume written in English
Additional desirable experiences:
Knowledge of other, common protocols and interfaces
Knowledge of EDA tools in some of these areas: HDL simulation, logic synthesis, integrated circuit (IC) place and route, timing analysis (SDC), logic equivalence checking, CDC and RCD checking
The salary range for this position is $116,900 to $210,400 and this role is eligible to earn incentive compensation. The actual compensation offered is based on the successful candidate’s work location as well as additional factors, including job-related skills, experience, and relevant education/training.Siemens offers a variety of health and wellness benefits to employees. Details regarding our benefits can be found here: www.benefitsquickstart.com. In addition, this position is eligible for time off in accordance with Company policies, including paid sick leave, paid parental leave, PTO (for non-exempt employees) or non-accrued flexible vacation (for exempt employees).
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Job Family: Research & Development
Req ID: 384897