AKKA ranks as the European leader in engineering consulting and R&D services in the mobility sector. As an innovation accelerator for its clients, AKKA supports leading industry players in the automotive, telco&media, industrial, aerospace, rail and life-sciences sectors throughout the life cycle of their products with cutting edge digital technologies (AI, ADAS, IoT, Big Data, robotics, embedded computing, machine learning, etc.).
With a view to strengthening our team, we are looking for a
Senior Software Development Engineer - Medical Devices
The resource, working with other design team members, will be responsible for design and development of software architecture in order to meet customer requirements, from the development of conceptual prototypes and architecture , through development into full functional and tested release .
He / She will :
The ideal candidate has a degree in Electrical or Software Engineering and a minimum of 3 years of experience in the role (SW design and development).
Such experience at international level would be an asset. Geographical mobility is required at national and international level.
Knowledge of the English language is required .
Device driver & SW architecture
Real time systems with and without OS
Design for testability
Capability of debugging, code instrumentation
Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills
Familiarity with Subversion or other SCM systems
Usage of laboratory instruments , IDE , debuggers, tracing and compiler tools
Founded in 1984, AKKA has a strong entrepreneurial culture and is pursuing fast-paced growth and international development in line with its strategic plan CLEAR 2022.
The Group continues to recruit at a steady pace to support its strong business growth.
As of 31 December 2019, the Group had 20.930 employees with an increase of + 5.8% in France, + 1.6% in Germany and +5.0 on an international level.
Driven by its expertise in future mobility, digital and industry 4.0 technologies, the Group’s 2019 revenue rose by 20.8% to €1.
801,5 million and has surpassed the €1.8B cap.