Firmware Engineer – BLE, 802.15.4, Zigbee

San Francisco, CA, US

Job Description / Skills Required

Atmosic Technologies is looking for a Wireless IOT communications firmware engineer who is passionate about delivering differentiated products and new applications.

Responsibilities:

  • Design and deliver Layer 2, Layer 3 IOT stack and profiles for customer solutions based on Bluetooth Low Energy, 802.15.4, Zigbee, Thread, Matter (CHIP)
  • Work closely with customers, vendors and product marketing/management
  • Create specifications from high-level requirements
  • Execute full product development cycle from preliminary prototype through testing, verification, and customer deployment
  • Program efficient and testable code
  • Develop software verification strategy and quality assurance procedures
  • Document and maintain software functionality

Requirements:

  • Expert in Bluetooth Low Energy or 802.15.4/Zigbee protocol, software interfaces, and IoT applications
  • Experience with implementing communication protocols at Layer 2 and Layer 3, including Network/Transport layer, profiles, security and interfaces for user applications
  • Proficiency with embedded software development using C, or other programming languages suited for resource constrained embedded systems
  • Good understanding of microcontrollers and real-time operating systems
  • Ability to specify SW-HW interfaces and HW features that improve SW and overall system efficiency
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Self-driven with a can-do attitude and desire to work in a fast paced startup environment

Desired Experience:

  • Expertise in 15.4 and Zigbee networking
  • Expertise in Thread, Matter (CHIP) or other IoT Mesh systems
  • Familiarity with applications such as RF4CE is a plus
  • Experience with implementation of IOT communications stack at Layer 4
  • Familiarity with semiconductor software development processes and tools
  • 5+ years of relevant experience in embedded software for low power systems
  • Familiarity with other wireless protocols and SoC platform architectures
  • BS in Computer Science or related discipline required, MS preferred

Location:

  • California – San Francisco Bay Area or Irvine
  • Massachusetts – Boston Area