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Due to expansion we are now seeking a FuSa (Functional Safety) Technical Lead in Compilers to work at Arm in Cambridge (Hybrid role)
Do you want to work in a compiler team made up of outstanding engineers, whose mission is to enable our customers to build efficient, safe and secure software for the latest Arm IP by providing reliable, easy-to-use toolchains?
We work closely with our partners, who rely on our tools to support their future successes across many markets, including safety critical automotive, medical and other.
We are looking for experienced Technical Leaders for an exciting and rewarding position within our Toolchain group. You will be seeking to join a small engineering team leading development of products for the safety markets.
You will have space to develop and realise your ideas, working with wider areas of the business and improving the safety and user experience of both our existing and new safety toolchains.
If you have appreciation about the importance of improving and maintaining quality in all aspects, you are hardworking, self-starting, and keen to innovate, someone who cares about the product and its customers we would like to hear from you!
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities:
- Champion FuSa (functional safety) product development in the Arm Compiler team
- Maintain FuSa process and product documentation in close collaboration with the team
- Define and maintain safety requirements for FuSa products
- Help assess the quality and functional safety impact of new features
- Coordinate implementation of respective safety requirements within the team as well as with suppliers, partners and the open source LLVM community
- Validate and accept FuSa deliveries from respective engineering teams
- Seek FuSa product certification with respective bodies
- Coordinate with and help deliver outstanding support and premium services to the FuSa customers
- Actively support the continuous improvement of the wider team, pioneer new tools and methodologies to help detect and diagnose toolchain defects
Job Role Requirements
Essential Skills and Experience:
- Experience of the full software development lifecycle in a commercial or open source environment
- Awareness of and proven industry experience of FuSa software development as per at least one of the Functional Safety standards: ISO 26262, EN 50128, IEC 61508, IEC 62304
- Experience in leading teams and projects
- Good interpersonal and communication skills and willingness to work with different teams, senior colleagues, management, partners and occasionally users of our toolchains
- C/C++ development experience in systems programming environment
- Arm or other embedded development experience
- Software quality or regulatory background
- Technical writing skills
- Experience working in a small team in agile environment
Education and Qualifications:
- Good degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science or Software Engineering, or an alternative with proven significant experience.
- Formal training or certification in any of the FuSa domains mentioned above is a huge advantage.
Arm is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and colleagues. We are a diverse organization of dedicated and innovative individuals, and don’t discriminate on the basis of any characteristic.
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