Enphase is seeking Embedded Senior Software Engineers to join our engineering and technology teams. These engineers will be responsible for embedded software development for Enphase’s microgrid products, including inverters and gateway products. This engineer will transition work from conception to engineering to production, while collaborating with teams in California, Texas, India, and New Zealand.
This position is within our Software Engineering group, where you will work with a small team to develop fully functional prototypes to demonstrate new advanced operation and control for autonomous grid connection, management and regulation. You will be working in a multi-site team and expected to interface across multiple functions.
BS Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering + 2 years relevant experience, or
MS Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
Design and implement embedded software for Linux based microcontroller systems.
Ability to debug and troubleshoot issues in complex systems.
Ability to carry a design task from concept to implementation.
Ability to document engineering requirements, document solutions, and test new firmware designs.
Working with cross functional teams to test and troubleshoot issues.
Solid understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle including Agile methodology
Self-motivated individual with the ability to work under minimal supervision
Technical Capabilities or Experience many or most of the following:
Embedded software development for systems with Linux OS.
Exposure to ARM based microcontroller systems desired.
Experience in hands-on design, development and debugging
Strong understanding of C/C++ programming concepts, and operating systems concepts.
Strong understanding of data structures and algorithms.
Experience in scripting languages like Ruby, Lua, Python, etc.
Familiarity with development tools such as GCC, GDB, Eclipse, GNU Make, etc.
Experience in Git, Jira and Confluence desired.
Good written and verbal communication skills.
Integration of communication protocols, such as Zigbee, Bluetooth, BLE, WiFi, and power line carrier
Solar, energy storage, and microgrid products