EcuTek develops products for the automotive tuning industry. Our software is used by tuners and OEMs around the world to deliver results for performance car owners, race teams and manufacturer/importers. Our heritage is in the Japanese car market (Subaru, Nissan, Mazda etc) but we have a development programme that includes leading European brands.
As part of this programme, we need another in-house Embedded Developer/Reverse Engineer to work with our teams on existing and new products.
This isn’t your average Embedded Developer role. Our products need to integrate with the vehicle manufacturer’s code, so there’s a great deal of disassembly and reverse-engineering involved, as well as low-level development in C, C++ and some assembler (SH, Tricore). If you have this kind of experience, we’d love to hear from you.
You might know about CAN, OBD, JTAG or FlexRay – and any experience at a low level with vehicle ECUs would be very useful. You’ll certainly be familiar with microprocessor architectures and know-how embedded systems that are developed and deployed.
We also produce a growing suite of mobile apps, so any C# / Xamarin experience will help, too.
We’re a small but steadily-growing team that’s been around for 15 years. The office environment is informal; we use agile development methodologies to help us deliver products to market but ensure that the methodologies work for us rather than the other way around.
We don’t do bureaucracy and automate as many processes as we can, so our people can get on with what they’re here to do.
Our base is on the bank of the Grand Union Canal in Uxbridge, West London. It’s easy to get here from the M4, M40 and M25 or from Central London on the train.
The salary range on offer is £38,000 – £55,000 depending on experience, together with benefits including 25 days’ holiday, bonus and pension.
To apply, email email@example.com with your CV and a covering letter telling us why you’re the right person for the job.
YOU MUST BE ELIGIBLE TO LIVE AND WORK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM BEFORE APPLYING – WE CAN NOT SPONSOR VISAS.
NO AGENCIES, PLEASE.
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