Senior Software Engineer - Qt/QML - HMI Domain

Senior Software Engineer - Qt/QML - HMI Domain

Skills: Qt, QML, QNX, HMI, Embedded Software Development, Infotainment

Summary:

Our client is a global supplier to Automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM' s) around the world. In serving our customers, we don' t just strive to put tomorrow' s technology on the road – we pride ourselves on recruiting the brightest and best to do it. You' ll utilize the latest technologies in a collaborative environment and enjoy working with this well-known brand!

We are seeking Senior Software Engineer - Qt/QML - HMI Domain to join the the HMI Team in Farmington Hills, MI and assist in a brand new proof of concept as soon as possible!

Qualifications:

  • Experience developing software on embedded operating system, preferably QNX or other real-time Unix/Linux Knowledge of OpenGL API
  • Experience in HMI development using tools like QT, Altia or EB (preferred)
  • Embedded Software architecture development
  • Strong SW design pattern skills
  • Object Oriented Programming skills
  • Ability to perform and participate in code reviews
  • Software debugging skills
  • Working knowledge of graphic processing units in TI Jacinto or OMAP family of processors (preferred)

Benefits:

As an Agile consultant, you' ll gain many of the advantages and benefits of being a direct hire, while experiencing the flexibility of consulting. It' s the best of both worlds! Our IT consultants enjoy a wide array of benefits including: medical, dental, 401K, life insurance, Employee Assistance Program and more


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