Role: Linux OS Developer
Reports to: Software Manager
Start Date: Immediate
Hanover Displays Limited is a worldwide, leading manufacturer of passenger information systems for the public transport industry. All design and development, and the majority of production, is carried out at our head office in Lewes, East Sussex.
We are proud to have a friendly open environment in our R&D department and are looking for talented professional individuals to join us at an exciting time of growth and technological & organisational change.
They are looking to recruit for the role of: Linux OS Developer
You will be mainly working within a small team developing new features for our products, as well as assisting in the maintenance and support of current software. You are likely to be working on several projects at any one time, with lifetimes of a few days to a few months. You will be working on aspects of a project ranging from specifying requirements, through design and implementation, prior to independent testing and release.
You will report to the Software Manager of the R&D Department and/or a designated intermediary. You are likely to work with Sales, Technical Support and Production staff as well as other members of the R&D team. Occasional customer site visits, including overseas, are possible.
To provide and maintain Linux Kernel support, including device driver implementation & modification for our existing and future products in our console and On-Board Computer ranges
To assist in developing a variety of ancillary embedded projects within the Production and Test Departments of the company
To produce documentation as required for future reference
To work productively with other Hanover staff in the mutual achievement of Company goals
To advise his or her manager of any improvements, conflicts of interest or inefficiencies pertaining to development activities
Background and skills
Team player with a pro-active and flexible approach to problem solving
Experience in manually building software within a Linux environment
Interfacing to Linux Kernel for Embedded Systems
Experience with ARM processors
Experience with debugging from the application level down to the hardware level
Modern C language skills appropriate to Kernel development
Experience in programming at least one scripting language: bash, Python, Lua
Exposure to version control and other modern SW development practices: git, build servers, Continuous Integration, etc.
Knowledge and use of serial communication standards and protocols
Interest in working with embedded electronics hardware
Application development under Linux
x86 processor experience
General Linux admin and network skills
Experience in working within an ISO9001 Quality system
A competitive salary package is available, including contributory pension scheme, private medical insurance, travel insurance, discretionary bonus scheme (after a qualifying period), and 22 days holiday per annum.
Email us with your CV including details of your qualifications, experience and availability at firstname.lastname@example.org.