Great opportunity for am Embedded Linux Systems Engineer to work in Cornwall for an exceedingly successful company carrying out exciting and groundbreaking work across the UK and all over the Globe.
With strong roots in the Cornwall area, you won't be accepted to work in the office all the time with a great remote working culture on offer.
In this position, you will be responsible for the creation / migration, maintenance and support of a robust complete build environment for an embedded Linux product.
You'll have the chance to work within the Linux Kerne carrying out tasks such as; debugging, maintenance, testing as well as some brand new driver development.
The ideal candidate would have a passion for Open Source technology / Linux as well as a good understanding of C programming with perhaps another language such as Perl or PHP.
This role is vitally important and you would be essential to the running of the product and in turn the business. What's great about the position is the freedom to choose technology and within reason work on what you want with what tools / tech you want.
With the picturesque setting of Cornwall, brand new offices and elements of remote working, this is a great position for someone local or someone looking for a change of scenery, so if this intrigues you and you want to find out more information apply now.
Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we will gladly accept applications from individuals of any age for this role.
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