SOFTWARE DEVELOPER CONNECTED CAR (m/f/d)

Permanent position
Aachen

You create innovative software solutions around the latest technologies for connected vehicles technologies—depending on your per-sonal interests in the uses cases remote diagnostics and telematic diagnostics, preventive maintenance, firmware update over-the-air or software as a product.

Your Tasks

  • As part of our highly motivated team, you develop sophisticated software solutions of the future.
  • You are involved in the development of innovative software for connected vehicles, which accompany the vehicles throughout their whole life cycle and which ensure quality and reliability.
  • With fresh ideas, you actively shape tomorrow‘s automotive industry.

Your Profile

  • A degree (B.Sc./M.Sc.) in computer science or a comparable qualification.
  • Experience in software development with C and C ++ in the embedded area.
  • Knowledge of some of the following technologies:
    • Development environment (GCC, GIT, Make, CppUnit),
    • Development for Linux, QNX or real-time operating systems,
    • Linux container, docker, hypervisor solutions,
    • Script languages, e.g. Python.
  • Excellent language skills in English.

  • Nice-to-have is knowledge in
    • AUTOSAR,
    • MISRA,
    • ISO 26262.

Our Offer

  • An interesting work environment in a highly motivated, creative developer team.
  • State-of-the-art topics and development tasks in the field of the automotive future.
  • An attractive customer environment from the international automotive industry.
  • Exciting and varied activities with individual development opportunities.
  • Creative leeway and short communication channels in a flat hierarchy.

Become part of our DSA team and send us your meaningful application to jobs@dsa.de stating the earliest possible starting date and your salary expectations.

 

SOFTWARE DEVELOPER CONNECTED CAR (m/f/d)
Karin Spalek

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Karin Spalek
jobs@dsa.de
+49 (0) 2408 9492-0
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