Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Telecom BSP Developer - Redmond, WA

Are you an experienced software / BSP (board support package) developer who wants to help drive the mobile device revolution?

Here is a chance for a great development professional with strong embedded OS experience to work at our Redmond client to help unleash the next generation of mobile devices based on Windows Mobile. Contract consultants will work with the OORT team that has shipped Motorola MPX220 and iDEN i930, and now shipping the new RAZR-thin Motorola Q, worlds thinnest and lightest QWERTY Smartphone.

Were looking for strong developers who would love to learn about the various architectures and code bases comprising Windows Mobile, all the way from low-level HAL, drivers, kernel, file systems to shell, phone, messaging and other applications. Candidates will be using their quick learning abilities, and advanced debugging and coding skills to investigate ship stoppers, develop new features and make fixes, all the while focusing on number one goal: making sure what customers get is a quality, well designed product.

Level 3 Qualifications:

-Strong coding skills in C/C++ (minimum of 8 - on a scale of 1-10)
-Ability to debug issues in unfamiliar code from apps code to BSP to kernel code (systems level debug experience a must).
-Quick-learning abilities and love for learning new areas
-Knowledge of Windows Mobile is preferred
-Bachelors or Masters Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or a related field

-Ability to travel (5%-15% on average pending project) to client vendor locations, e.g. Florida, New Jersey and Chicago is necessary.

Length of contract will be 6 months to start, with possible extensions.

Expectations are for a 45-50 hour work week.

Resumes MUST show experience with kernel code and systems level debugging.

Interested and qualified candidates can submit resumes directly to dennis@worldlink-us.com.

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