Software Engineer - Embedded Software Developer

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Date: 08-Jun-2022

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Company: Alstom

Req ID:128007 

We create smart innovations to meet the mobility challenges of today and tomorrow. We design and manufacture a complete range of transportation systems, from high-speed trains to electric buses and driverless trains, as well as infrastructure, signaling and digital mobility solutions. Joining us means joining a truly global community of more than 75 000 people dedicated to solving real-world mobility challenges and achieving international projects with sustainable local impact.



We are currently looking to recruit a Software Engineer in Stockholm, for our Object Controller System (OCS) development team


Your role


Alstom’s Object Controller System (OCS) 950 is a part of its computer based interlocking system EBI Lock 950 and controls and monitors wayside objects for railway signaling. To meet customer demands better, to enable market growths and to enter new markets OCS950 evolves into a system with better capabilities including diagnostics, remote upgrade, interlocking response times and density of objects per controller. 


As a Software Engineer you will be responsible for developing and maintaining new and existing products in OCS950 portfolio while ensuring safe and reliable system performance. 


Key Responsibilities:

•    Perform technical analysis of non-compliance reports and new requested features
•    Design, implement and integrate new software functionality
•    Maintenance and bug fixes
•    Verification of implementations and documentation
•    Root cause and Impact analyses



•    BSc or MSc degree in engineering or computer science or corresponding technical experience
•    5+ years of work experience in software development is required, ideally for embedded systems in a relevant industry (e.g. industrial control, aerospace, automotive, robotics)
•    Proven track record with requirements-driven development and traceability methods 
•    Extensive knowledge and experience in C; knowledge in C++ and scripting languages like Python is a plus 
•    Experience in low-level embedded development using Linux and real-time operating systems 
•    Experience with safety-critical software development is highly desirable
•    Working knowledge of functional safety standards for railway industry, in particular EN 50128, EN 50126, EN 50129, EN 50159
•    Experience with agile product development, preferably using SAFe 
•    Up to date knowledge of Internet Protocol (IP) 
•    Experience with requirements management tools such as DOORS 
•    Experience with CI/CD using Git, Gerrit, Jenkins or similar 
•    Extensive knowledge of C/C++ coding standards; previous adoption of MISRA is an advantage
•    English at a fluent level is mandatory, Swedish will be considered a plus.



Alstom is the leading company in the mobility sector, solving the most interesting challenges for tomorrow’s mobility. That’s why we value inquisitive and innovative people who are passionate about working together to reinvent mobility, making it smarter and more sustainable. Day after day, we are building an agile, inclusive and responsible culture, where a diverse group of people are offered opportunities to learn, grow and advance in their careers, with options across functions and geographic locations. Are you ready to join a truly international community of great people on a challenging journey with a tangible impact and purpose?  


Equal opportunity statement:
Alstom is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an inclusive working environment where all our employees are encouraged to reach their full potential, and individual differences are valued and respected.  All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by local law. 


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