MESI is looking for embedded system developer with great programming knowledge and good understanding of electronics. We develop devices that represent innovative concepts in healthcare, which is why we are looking for an independent, reliable, precise, communicative team player to join our company.

You will be responsible for:
• Programming microcontrollers – ARM STM32 with or without RTOS, peripheral drivers,
communication interfaces (Bluetooth)…
• Building custom Linux images – mostly for Android Open Source Project

Position tasks:
• Designing system architecture and solutions
• Programming microcontrollers
• Programming and building Linux operating system
• Code optimization and maintenance
• Testing (unit tests)
• Algorithm design
• Participation in hardware design and testing

Required skills and experiences:
• Knowledge of development in Linux
• Experience in development using RTOS
• Mastering C language
• Knowing Python would be awesome
• Brief understanding of Android operating system
• Experience with ARM microcontrollers (preferably STM32)

At least 2 years of experience in embedded system development is desired. We offer a full-time job with flexible working hours and occasional working from home.
We will make sure you will enjoy your time spent with MESI. We will spoil you with weekly in-the-office body massages, always available healthy and a bit less healthy snacks, MESI bikes to ride around and a great team that will sometimes make your life easy and sometimes a challenge. To keep your body ft and your mind sharp we will besides fitness also support team sports of your desire. To keep you motivated and proactive we have prepared fully transparent salary system and rewards for extra effort.
If you see yourself as a part of our young and successful team, we invite you to send us a job application along with your CV to jobs at mesimedical.com subject: »Embedded system developer«.

About MESI

Company is involved in development and production of medical devices for diagnostics means. The inovation lunched this year is an ice breaker in the field of diagnostics of peripheral arterial disease. This Automated ankle brachial pressure measuring device indicates occlusions of main arteries in lower extremities. The procedure takes only 3 minutes and it can be held by a nurse, meanwhile the old procedure with doppler ultrasound takes 30 minutes and it must be performed by a doctor.