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Embedded C or C++ developer to Telecom team

 In telecom, we often work with comprehensive commitments. This means that unlike other development jobs, the programming part is significantly smaller. It also means that you yourself develop low-level requirements and do significant testing on the products. 

 Who are you?

We are confident that you have: 

  • a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, or similar. 
  • at least 3 years experience working in a big environment
  • experience with C or C++ in embedded systems as well as Linux or an equivalent RTOS

It's meritorious if you also have:

  • experience scripting in Python
  • experience working in telecom domain and unit testing
  • comfortable working in agile environments and GIT
  • excellent communication skills in English (Swedish is meritorious)

Are you ready for this?

You will not be the best in your area and you will not know everything, not ever needing to ask others for help. You will probably get unclear requirements that you need to sort out before implementing. You will probably experience the feeling of not knowing anything for the first few months. You are dependent on your team and by others in the organization to complete your tasks. You and your team are responsible for deliveries being made and your manager is not responsible for deliveries.

Who are we?

Cybercom is an IT consulting company enabling companies and organisations to benefit from the opportunities of the connected world and to enhance their competitiveness. Combining technical edge and strong business insight we provide innovative and sustainable solutions.


You can apply for this position through our website or with your LinkedIn profile. 

If you have any questions you are welcome to contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist, Anna Jalvemyr, at anna.jalvemyr@cybercom.com or +46720803575.



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Anna Jalvemyr

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