Embedded Linux Developer
At Varjo we create hardware and software to fulfil our vision of immersive computing. Our virtual and mixed reality products will transform the way professionals work, create and experience reality.
We want to work with the best – we want you to join us. We are offering you an exciting position where you can see into the future and play your part in shaping it.
When we are done, computers will look nothing like what they do right now.
System on a chip, SoC – that’s a word that sounds perfectly complete and autonomous to every device developer. But a system is never just a chip – it needs software to function. In our case the software is running on top of Linux.
As Embedded Linux Developer, you will be joining our research team to deep dive into our Headset platforms ultra-modern, deeply integrated SoC. Your mission is to release its full potential for us to implement real-time processing needed to drive unique Virtual and Mixed Reality experiences. You will work with low-level embedded software on C/C++. To succeed in this job, you need the attitude of an explorer, experience of ARM and USB, as well as knowledge of external peripheral interfaces like I2C and SPI. You know how to read datasheets and understanding of higher level interfaces such as MIPI, DP and DSI are greatly appreciated. Ideally an oscilloscope belongs to your daily toolset already and you know which end to hold soldering iron.
Our developers, designers, and hardware engineers are world-class in what they do, and we want you to aim for the same level. As an individual, you obviously need to want to solve nearly impossible problems and be a team player who wants to work with other world-class software developers, designers, and HW engineers.
This is a full-time position located in Helsinki, Finland. Commuting from other cities in Finland is a possibility we can discuss and support. We will gladly help with relocating to Finland and make your move to the capital of the world's happiest, cleanest and one of the safest countries as smooth as possible.