Hach, a Danaher Water Platform company, is seeking an Embedded Firmware Engineer III to join our team in our new R&D building in Northern Colorado.
What problems will you solve?As Firmware Engineer you will be solving complex technical problem including architecture and implementation challenges. You will also work with the core project team to solve schedule and system level quality/manufacturability related issues.
What technology will you work with? You will be working with micro controller and COM/SOM based system that drive electro-mechanical system. Our systems also include wireless connectivity like, BLE, WiFI and Cellular. You will be working on a mixture of bare-metal, RTOS or embedded Linux based systems.
What will your day-to-day look like? On an average day you will spend half of your day solving technical problems and other half of your day working cross functionally supporting the firmware delivery schedule and quality. Participate in including scrum meetings for the firmware sub-system.
Are there opportunities for professional growth? At Hach we value employee growth. As an employee of Hach there are many opportunities to grow technically, professionally and personally through training, mentoring/coaching and additional job responsibilities. As part of Danaher, you can grow your career across five high-impact industries, six continents and more than 20 global operating companies – we are committed to hiring from within, wherever possible, and supporting your mobility.
As a part of Danaher, we are committed to delivering excellence and solving tough challenges. Many companies talk about changing the world. At Danaher, we live it every day. Fueled by the ingenuity of our people and the power of the Danaher Business System, we’re on a constant quest to make things better – for our customers, ourselves and the world.
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