John Deere Firmware Engineer in Fargo, United States
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Primary Location: United States (US) - North Dakota - Fargo
Function: Product Engineering
Title: Firmware Engineer - 76289
As a Firmware Engineer for Intelligent Solutions Group (ISG) located in Fargo, North Dakota, you will be a member of a team of engineers responsible for the design and development of boot block software for use in the embedded products for the enterprise. Specific responsibilities include the following:
Design, develop and implement embedded software for enterprise boot block needs
Ensure requirements are known, documented and traceable to test coverage
Develop and implement appropriate testing and automation to ensure quality and validation of requirements.
Support the integration and use of the embedded boot block throughout the enterprise, including debugging and troubleshooting.
Support the product security strategy through boot block design and implementation of security requirements
As a team member, participate in Agile ceremonies – planning/demos/retrospectives and stakeholder reviews.
What Skills You Need
Product Engineering experience developing electrical/electronic/software systems
2-3+ years of experience in embedded software development in C/C+
- Experience with microcontroller operation and memory organization, multi-core and/or multi-threaded systems
Experience with data transmission protocols (CAN, Ethernet)
Ability to develop requirements and needs into solutions and drive consensus, collaboration and actions to reach it
Ability to solve problems, troubleshoot issues, and determine root cause.
Effective written and verbal communication skills
What Makes You Stand Out
Experience developing bootloader applications.
Experience developing low-level embedded drivers and/or board support packages (BSP)
Experience involving hardware security, device provisioning infrastructure, cryptographic concepts, and standards.
Experience with CAN/CAN-FD and CAN-based protocols such as UDS, J1939, ISO 11783
Comfort in debugging electronic hardware and using tools such as oscilloscopes, and multimeters.
Experience with Git or other software revision tracking systems
Experience with Python or other scripting languages
Experience with continuous improvement tools such as Jenkins
Advanced degree in an Engineering Discipline
Ideally you will have a degree or equivalent related work experience in the following:
Bachelor's degree in an Engineering, Science or Technology discipline – preferably Electrical / Software Engineering
What You'll Get
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The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines.
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