Title: Electronics/Firmware Engineer (Contractor, PT)

Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Livestock Labs is expanding and we are looking for someone excited to be developing cutting edge agricultural technology as part of a highly motivated team.  

 

Job Description: 

We are seeking an Electronics/Firmware Engineer with excellent embedded C skills who is comfortable working with microcontrollers and low-level hardware control in a test-driven development environment. The ideal candidate will have experience working with communications modules, IoT technologies and have great troubleshooting skills. As part of the team working on our flagship product you will be responsible for helping bring a biometric implant for livestock to market. We are looking for a part-time contractor with an eye towards becoming a full-time employee. 
 

Candidate Skills/Qualities

Required skills:

  • 4+ years embedded code experience, with emphasis on C or Bachelor of Electronics Engineering and 2 years experience

  • Experience with real time embedded systems

  • Experience with firmware development, testing, and debugging

  • Good interpersonal, organizational and communication skills
  • Team player, be capable of sharing knowledge, learn from others, and support other groups within an organization

  • Self-starter


 

Prefered skills:

  • Experience with IoT systems and protocols such as BLE, LoRa/LoRaWAN, or Sigfox

  • Knowledge about cellular protocols and experience working with cellular modems

  • Experience in hardware development for mobile phones

  • Knowledge of PCB design, using schematic capture and layout tools (KiCad preferred)

  • Knowledge of version control tools (Git)

  • Knowledge about firmware development best practices including proper testing, documentation and code review.

  • Experience developing bootloaders and firmware over the air update

  • Experience with TI and Nordic Semiconductor nRF platforms 

  • Experience with low power and wireless devices


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