Embedded Software Engineer
We’re looking for a talented Software Engineer to work on cutting-edge embedded software projects as part of an agile team, based at our office in Shipley, West Yorkshire.
Learn more about this role
Consult Red was born out of a love for technology, a fierce sense of adventure, and a strong desire to do something different. We develop exciting and innovative technology solutions for our clients. As an industry-leading technical professional services business, our teams have built a reputation for delivering at the highest level to customers who are leaders in their fields.
Our business has grown year on year since we started out 15 years ago and we now have a staff of 150 people, delivering cutting-edge solutions for some of the world’s biggest TV, IoT, and consumer electronic brands. The software products that we deliver for our customers will reach 20 million people across the globe this year, and that number is growing all the time.
Our mission is to build an inspiring organisation with an engaged and high performing culture, working at the leading edge of technology, for years to come.
And currently, having taken their equipment, office chairs and favourite coffee cups with them, our team members #stayathome and work safely from there.
Please note: Due to COVID-19 we are taking precautions and all interviews will be held remotely.
If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.
How you will spend your time
You will work in an agile environment reporting to a Group Lead or Project Manager and will have considerable exposure to our clients and other partners.
Working as part of a team, you’ll be a key part of the planning, design, development, debugging and integration of embedded software modules for cutting edge broadcast and internet TV receivers (“set top boxes”) or similar embedded/Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
What you will need to bring
- Strong experience with C, C++ or Java in an embedded Linux or Android environment.
- Strong debug and problem solving skills.
- Experienced developing and debugging multithreaded and/or multiprocess code.
- Ability to understand complex issues and discuss them via phone, email and other methods.
- Flexible, can-do approach.
Desirable Tech Skills
Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required – ability and willingness to learn is just as important.
Object Orientated programming in C++ or Java / UML diagramming / C++11 / STL or frameworks such as Qt / Embedded or mobile Java / JNI / Linux kernel / drivers / GCC / GDB / TDD and Unit Testing frameworks such as Google Test / Mockito / JUnit and similar / Software development for consumer electronics or TV / Audio,Video & TV standards / Networking protocols and standards including TCP/IP / Wi-Fi / UPnP / DLNA / HLS or MPEG-DASH / Agile, Scrum methodologies.
What you will get in return
- A competitive salary which will grow with your career.
- A twice yearly company bonus scheme.
- Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues.
- 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us.
- Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support, and a cycle to work scheme.
- Relocation assistance for those moving to the area.
Our Recruitment Process
Once you submit your CV, we’ll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of things. This will then go directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll often do a short first stage telephone interview to find out more about you and to check that the role would be a good fit for your requirements.
Then, if you progress to interview stage we’ll try to cover off everything we can in one sitting, to make the process quicker for you - which means our interviews can be slightly longer than average. We want you to leave the interview with a real feel for the job and what it’s like to work with us.