BMS Software Development Engineer
Are you passionate about fighting climate change? Do you want to work on creating a world where everyone can breathe clean air? At Breathe, we believe an electrified future is key to achieving this, which is why we are building battery technology to help brands do more with the power they have.
Our physics-based battery management software helps some of the world's largest and most iconic automotive and consumer electronics brands deliver products with faster charging, longer life and zero compromise on safety. Put simply, we make batteries better. And we want you to join us.
What you will be doing
This is an exciting time to join Breathe. Having proven the value of our products in both the automotive and consumer electronics spaces, we are scaling our engineering team to enable continued development of our embedded products according to the needs of customers in both markets. You will work will work with some of the brightest minds in the battery space to turn the latest research into tangible improvements in battery performance. The features you build will be delivered to some of the largest and best-known auto and device manufacturers in the world - you will be expected to deliver high-quality software in an increasingly efficient manner as we scale.
As well as the ability to learn from and with a room full of experts working at the cutting edge of the industry, we will provide the support and training to develop your skills as a developer, be that via courses, conferences or other learning opportunities / materials.
- Execute our software development in Matlab/Simulink and write supporting documentation
- Collaborate with Systems Engineers to define software product architecture based on the requirements
- Design test cases to verify software functionality
- Carry out simulation campaigns to validate our software product performance in Matlab/Simulink
- Actively contribute to the design and improvement of the product development lifecycle
- Once you are ready, collaborate with our battery engineers on the development of new features