Our Client has a workforce of more than 25,000 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia.They designs and engineers connected products and solutions for consumers, automakers, and enterprises worldwide, including audio, visual and infotainment systems; enterprise automation solutions; and software services. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with their audio and infotainment systems .They offers a great work environment, brilliant career opportunities, professional training and competitive compensation.
BIOS is my client in house SW to support HW design verification and related test during HW qualification and production test.
This position will be responsible to maintain and develop HBBIOS for SOC like S32K/ Sharc DSP /Jacinto/V850 and related SW documentation and process.
In general popular understanding, “BIOS” is togeter with x86 architecture.
But to My client, it point to ARM_MCU &DSP joint, driver level development.
1: Work with global team for project delivery include BIOS group in Shanghai and Karlsbad Germany in connected car
2. Work with HW engineers for BIOS work package definition
3. Develop BUS communication for newly developed CAN FD/ Ethernet AVB for example
4. Develop HBBIOS components for HW design verification include DDR and related peripherals
5. Follow SW Process for Code Repository Management/Configuration Management
Master major in electronics, IT, embedded programming, software engineering, Physics, Mathematics or related
12 years+ Experience in low level drivers
Successful product design and deliver in a global team environment in automotive electronics industrial
C development experience in real time embed product with multi-task OS.
Experience using basic engineering tools (oscilloscopes, function generators, etc.)
Experience in the driver for Communication protocol like I2S, I2C, TDM, SPI etc
Experience in the implementation of embedded systems and tools (emulators, debuggers, simulators, etc.
Experience with software version control systems
Good in Verbal and written communication skills