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JOB US-MN Senior Embedded Software Engineer – Long Term Contract with Biomedical Leader

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by The Nycor Group, Feb 19, 2005.

  1. SENIOR EMBEDDED SOFTWARE ENGINEER



    Our client, a world leader in the design and development of state of the
    art medical products, is seeking a senior level software engineer to join
    an elite team responsible for delivering against a firm timeline. Long
    term contract position.



    Must have exceptional experience with C++ and an extensive background in
    embedded development. Must demonstrate expertise in designing and
    programming low level software that interfaces to hardware devices such
    as device drivers or embedded firmware. There should be a history of
    writing applications or device drivers for Windows 2000/XP or Windows CE.
    UML or the ability to read UML diagrams is a plus. BSEE/CE/CS, MS
    preferred.





    Nycor Contract Services, Inc. offers a full line of benefits including
    401K, Holidays, Health Insurance, Vacation.



    For immediate consideration and a direct link to the hiring manager
    contact Galen Struwe at (952) 896.9245,



    Thank You.



    THE NYCOR GROUP - “BRINGING GREAT PEOPLE AND COMPANIES TOGETHER SINCE
    1957”





    Galen Struwe
    Manager Of Business Development
    The Nycor Group
    4930 West 77th Street, #300
    Minneapolis, MN 55435
    952.831.6444 Main
    952.896.9245 Direct
    800.675.6527 Toll Free

    http://www.nycor.com
     
    The Nycor Group, Feb 19, 2005
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    Joerg Guest

    Hello Galen,

    Since this is medical I would add a line to the req's: Some familiarity
    with software documentation as it pertains to the typical FDA 501(k)
    filing, such as hazard analysis, mitigation etc.. I found that a lot of
    engineers are a bit uneasy about that.

    Regards, Joerg

    http://www.analogconsultants.com
     
    Joerg, Feb 19, 2005
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