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The SW Developer will be part of a team responsible for designing and implementing source code software for testing high end, embedded automotive infotainment systems.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Review Software specifications, Architecture and Design documents for the system
  • Designs and creates unit test scripts and components for current software applications
  • Report and resolve code inconsistencies where necessary
  • Participate in code review sessions
  • Act according the standards of the automotive industry and in-car applications and software development processes

Basic Qualifications:

  • C++ enthusiast
  • Linux expertise
  • Scripting knowledge(Python, Pearl, Bash)
  • Knowledge in inter-process communication, multithreading, networking
  • Good English communication skills both written and verbal

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 1+ year of experience as a software developer
  • Knowledge unit test software (CppUnit, GTest, etc.)
  • Bachelor degree in Computer Science or other relevant (IT connected) specializations
  • Experience with infotainment / entertainment systems would be a big plus
  • Knowledge of UML and agile software development methods (SCRUM) would be a plus

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Willingness to travel (0-20% of time) depending on the project necessities

What we offer:

  • An international team working with the world's largest automotive manufacturers
  • Access to Harman University for extensive technical trainings
  • Employee discounts on our HARMAN products (JBL, AKG, HARMAN Kardon)
  • Meal tickets
  • Flexible working hours
  • Medical subscription
  • State of the art new office easily accessible by city transportation
  • Fitness discounts
  • and much more...

  • Interviu online
  • Please give a short description of your last usage of C++.