Android Platform Engineer (Remote Optional)

GN Netcom, Inc.

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Cupertino, CA

Job Description

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Job Overview:

The ideal candidate is a highly organized and creative self-starter and multi-tasker who has at least 3 years of Kernel and device driver level software development experience on Android and Linux platforms. The candidate is interested to work on state-of-the-art/industry-leading products.; As a member of our Software Engineering development team, you will gain valuable experience in how to:

As a member of our Software Engineering development team, you will gain valuable experience in how to develop and deploy industry-leading software products in conjunction with our industry-first PanaCast multi-camera array systems, appliances and related products.

This individual will work closely with senior management, as well as with the hardware engineering teams.

Job Responsibilities

  • Design, develop and implement Android and Kernel device drivers and leading software development, for SoC platform
  • Enhancing, Optimizing, Maintaining and leading Android and Kernel software development
  • Develop high performance device drivers for latency sensitive real-time audio and video streaming stacks in Android Kernel
  • Explore latest hardware and software architectures and build proof-of-concepts for next generation products based on Android software and hardware abstraction
  • Contribute in team-based projects and manage individual project deadlines and deliverables

Basic Qualifications

  • 5 years with an MS/BS degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering
  • Strong programming skills in C/C++ and Java on SoC
  • In-depth understanding of Video and image processing algorithms including implementation aspects

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with SOC system architectures, especially familiar with bus protocols like MIPI, I2C, I2S, USB and SPI
  • Experience in DMA based device drivers for multi-core SOCs with integrated GPUs and DSPs
  • Kernel device driver development experience in Linux and Android
  • Adaptation, optimization, and implementation of advanced image processing algorithms on SIMD processors, DSPs and GPUs using OpenCL or CUDA
  • Device driver development experience for high speed interfaces like MIPI, USB, PCIe, HDMI and Ethernet for raw and encoded video and audio streaming
  • Enhancing, Optimizing, Maintaining and leading Embedded and Kernel software development

Equal Opportunity Employer

GN Audio/Jabra makes life sound better by developing intelligent sound solutions that transform lives through the power of sound, enabling you to hear more, do more & be more than you ever thought possible. Our integrated headset and communications solutions assist professionals in all types of businesses in being more productive. Our wireless headsets and earbuds are designed to fit any lifestyle - from sports enthusiasts to commuters and office workers. Jabra is part of the GN group, which operates in more than 90 countries across the world. Founded in 1869, GN group today has more than 6,000 employees. GN Audio an EEO Employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, military service, sexual orientation, genetic information, or gender identity.

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