- Embedded Software
- Analysis Skills
- Software Testing
The Welding Segment at Miller Electric (an ITW Welding Company) is expanding software development efforts to provide increased customer satisfaction in several areas of our products. We are looking for a highly motivated individual for the position of Software Engineer focused on developing software in support of Product Development. Custom embedded software is utilized to provide enhanced welding capability, user friendly machine interfaces, and extensive communication both internal to the welding system and external to customers.
This position will require an individual with a foundation of embedded software and a proven record of accomplishments working with teams as a contributor and collaborator. The right candidate will learn the Miller welding product families, become knowledgeable in key metrics of welding, and help create innovative software solutions to help satisfy Miller customers.
Primary responsibilities include software design, development, and test.
In addition to collaborating with other software engineers, this individual will effectively work with power electronics engineers, welding engineers, project managers, product managers and customers.
Manage software design work through Miller processes, procedures, tool chains and qualification testing.
Ensure adherence to quality standards and project deliverables. This includes following coding standards, meeting documentation requirements and enabling unit level software testing.
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering or related degree required.
Demonstrated experience in embedded software programming.
Ability to work with multiple tasks independently to complete jobs on time with the right emphasis on priorities.
Must be a self-starter with strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Must have a positive attitude and a strong desire to learn and apply knew knowledge.
An understanding of the source code control and design modeling tools
Proficiency in programming applications in C or C++
Experience in numerous embedded controls (e.g. PID control loops, motor control, digital filters, state machines, low-level peripheral drivers, etc.)
Experience with embedded RTOS, state machines, schedulers and interrupt driven coding.
Familiarity with troubleshooting hardware technology (i.e. reading electrical schematics and using multimeters and oscilloscopes)
Familiarity with industrial fieldbus protocols and other serial network communications is a plus (ProfiNet, DeviceNet, CAN, USB, RS485, Modbus, etc.).
Familiarity with Ethernet and wireless communications stacks is a plus (TCP/IP, UDP, Zigbee, Bluetooth, WiFi, etc.)
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HOW TO APPLY:
Apply online at www.millerwelds.com/careers
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