Job opportunity: 9S12 assembly programmer wanted
Contract/Regular full time firmware development engineer for Star12 [9S12] Freescale microprocessor assembly language for digital communications products [embedded systems]. Position requires development, debug, test plan development, documentation of firmware, development and documentation of protocol, both existing and planned.
Requirement is for immediate fulfillment and is located in Boulder Colorado.
Extensive experience with 9S12 assembly.
Experience with C/CodeWarrior a plus.
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