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Garmin Low-Level Embedded Software Engineer - Marine in Olathe, Kansas

Our Marine Software Engineering Team is seeking a full-time Low-Level Embedded Software Engineer at our worldwide headquarters in Olathe, Kansas. This team engineers solutions in collaboration with Electrical Engineers and Application Developers on various Garmin Marine products. We work with several cutting edge technologies in Marine: sonar, radar, chartplotters, GIS, sensors, cameras, transducers and much more. This is an opportunity for inquisitive engineers who have the creativity and skills to both build and debug functions that most people do not know exist, but are crucial to making our industry-leading products that increase safety and fun on the water. \n\nOther essential functions include:\n\n\n\tAssist with schematic reviews for new products\n\tUse vendor datasheets to implement drivers for various peripheral ICs in C\n\tBring up software on bare boards and validate platform performance\n\tDevelops moderately complex software in C, C++, or other selected languages for Garmin or OEM products and/or applications consistently following Garmin’s coding standards and in accordance with applicable software development methodology and release processes\n\tUtilizes software engineering tools such as configuration management systems, build processes, and debuggers in the software development process\n\tCreates and executes designs for small sets of new functionality as part of a software project\n\tMay perform as a technical leader or Lead Software Engineer for derivative software project\n\tCollaborates and adds value through participation in peer code reviews, providing comments and suggestions\n\tProvides reliable solutions to a variety of problems using sound problem solving techniques\n\tPerforms technical root cause analysis and outlines corrective action for given problems\n\tServe as a mentor to less experienced software engineers (Software Engineer 1)\n\tEstimate level of effort, evaluate new options of similar technology, offer suggestions to improve processes, and provide comments on some electrical design aspects\n Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Math or Physics or a technical field (such as CIS or IT) from a four-year college or university AND a minimum of one year relevant experience OR an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.\n\nOther qualifications include:\n\n\n\tMust possess a minimum 1 year of work experience\n\tOutstanding academics (cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 as a general rule)\n\tDemonstrates proficient knowledge and utilization of engineering tools necessary for successful performance of the essential functions of this job description\n\tMust demonstrate proficiency and possess experience necessary to develop complex software in C or C++\n\tDemonstrates mastery of relevant software engineering tools (configuration management systems, build processes, debuggers, emulators, simulators and logic analyzers)\n\tMust demonstrate proficient ability to capture and document software requirements\n\n\nDesired qualifications:\n\n\n\tSuperior academics (cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 3.5 as a general rule)\n\n\n\n\tExperienced in both developing and debugging Linux kernels\n\tAbility to develop drivers\n\tEmbedded Linux and/or Yocto experience is preferred\n\n\nRelocation assistance is available.\n\n \n\nGarmin International is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran’s status, age or disability.\n\n