Embedded Systems Engineer
Hardware – IoT
We’re on a mission to improve European city life. We believe in a future where inner cities will be free of cars and pollution. And we believe we can make that happen by offering our dockless, shared electrical scooters and bikes as convenient alternatives for short-distance travel. Our mission is to beautifully design micro-mobility for safety, comfort and durability.
We are a newly founded startup micro-mobility European start-up, gathering the most experienced team in mobility and tech in Europe. We recently raised an initial investment of €20 million, co-led by EQT Ventures and Naspers. Dott is headquartered in Amsterdam and is gathering the most experienced team in mobility and tech in Europe.
We are looking for passionate engineers who understand how software and hardware can work together in harmony to deliver the best experience for millions of users across Europe.
What you'll do:
- Produce high quality, efficient and maintainable code using C/C++ to implement innovative solutions to different OS/platforms.
- Work according to Agile methodology (Scrum), including performing code reviews, design reviews, testing and writing documentation;
- Analyze high-level requirements and translate these into detailed specifications and designs;
- Propose innovative solutions to technical issues and communicate with the team to collaborate accordingly;
- Write unit test code, structures, and scripts and support the testers with identifying and solving test issues.
What you'll need:
- Experience in consumer facing software development
- Extensive knowledge of C/C++; Knowledge of Java, Python, and/or OO practices is an advantage
- Knowledgeable about Operating System concepts (e.g. RTOS) and cross-platform development
- Knowledge of or experience in unit test frameworks
- Hands-on mindset and strong co-operative skills (communicate, listen, understand, convince, discuss, team building) are essential
- Positive-critical mindset regarding product quality in development teams.
- Able to perform some soldering work to support debugging / measurements