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Software Engineer (m/f/d)

Automotive

As one of the world´s leading manufacturers of electronic components and integrated solutions, we are successful in a variety of markets (e.g. telecommunications, industrial, consumer, automotive and medical technology). Unique support in production and customer service on a global level is the reason for our continuous growth. In our Electrical Engineering department, we are currently seeking a qualified and ambitious Software Engineer (m/f/d).

Your Tasks:
  • Execution of project tasks according to plan for assigned development projects
  • Development of embedded software for Bourns’ sensors, especially linear and angular sensors for the automotive industry
  • Development of scripts and tools to support the development and verification of the software under development (for example, tools for data collection and evaluation)
  • Documentation of software design and verification according to ISO 26262 and Automotive SPICE
  • Teamwork with other members of the software and hardware team, other teams within Bourns as well as coordination with suppliers and development partners
  • Providing technical advice for relevant applications and interface questions as well as presentation of development results internally and externally
Your Profile:
  • Graduation in of the following degrees or equivalent: Dipl.-Ing., Phys.-Ing. or Dipl.-Phys.
  • Relevant experience in the development of software for embedded applications
  • Knowledge in development tools such as C compilers, code checkers, Matlab/Simulink, version control systems, programming for microcontrollers, CAN bus protocol
  • Development according to industry standards such as IATF 16949 and ISO 26262
  • Ability to work in teams and independently; ability to communicate development status and results to the team and constructively implement feedback from the development team
  • Very good language skills in German and English

Location: Taufkirchen (München)

Bourns Sensors GmbH
Eschenstr. 5
82024 Taufkirchen
Germany