Embedded Software Engineer (Waltham)

compensation: negotiable
employment type: full-time

We have an immediate need for an Embedded Software Engineer at our digital piano and professional keyboard musical instrument research and development facility in Waltham, MA

Job Responsibilities

Write general software at any level for musical instruments in the software department: from drivers, diagnostics and operating system code to applications and user interface code
Fix bugs and perform maintenance of current deployed code
Write and design tests for hardware and software components of musical instruments

Knowledge and Skills

Attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to work proactively, independently, and collaboratively as necessary
Ability to interact positively and effectively with a diverse group of people
Ability to prioritize work assignments appropriately and manage pressure of conflicting demands


Bachelors in computer science, electrical engineering or related field
2+ years of C/C++ programming experience
Experience with Linux environments
Team-oriented, enjoy working in a multicultural and multidisciplinary team
Ability to work within strict deadlines

Additional Skills and Qualifications

Experience working with embedded processors and operating systems
Ability to read schematics, basic hardware debugging and use of debugging tools such as oscilloscopes or multimeters
Experience with music synthesizers, sequencers, effects processing and DAWs is a plus
Knowledge of MIDI
Experience with digital signal processors is a plus

About Young Chang

Young Chang was established in 1956 as the first piano brand in Korea's history. Young Chang has become synonymous for reliability and quality of the finest instruments. Each of our instruments has undergone hundreds of individual steps in order to produce the perfect artwork of the finished product. Each piano made has been produced with the heart and soul of Young Chang.

About Kurzweil Music Systems

Kurzweil Music Systems was founded in 1982 by Ray Kurzweil, with inspiration from Stevie Wonder after having collaborated together on a reading machine for the blind. In 1983 the Kurzweil K250 keyboard was considered the first successful attempt to realistically emulate the sound of a grand piano. Since then, Kurzweil has been renowned for being a major innovator in the music technology industry and continues to redefine keyboard instrument.

We offer excellent benefits and a challenging work environment. No relocation provided.

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