We are looking for an Embedded Software Engineer that will join one of Daytona’s squads. Daytona is the cross functional team that built the first hardware product at Spotify, powered by Spotify’s own voice stack. Our focus is on learning more about music experience in the car and later enhancing this experience. You will be responsible for building the platform that runs on our devices, contribute to our embedded player SDK and embedded voice SDK. Above all, your work will impact the way the world experiences music.
What you’ll do
- Contribute to our embedded player and voice SDK
- Write clear, maintainable and modular code that will scale across a number of projects and platforms
- Build and maintain the platform that runs on Spotify’s hardware devices
- Become a valued member of an autonomous, cross-functional team
- Work from our office in Stockholm
Who you are
- You architect, design, develop and maintain C/C++ code in symbiosis with a handful of other languages
- You know how to build and configure large C/C++ projects
- You are experienced with the Linux platform and are comfortable with customizing a Linux build
- You care about code quality, reusability and testability
- You ideally have a basic knowledge of Python and bash scripting
- You ideally have a basic understanding of audio drivers in Linux
- You have strong written and spoken communication skills in English
- You value agile and modern engineering practices
- You have been working for a couple of years as an Embedded Software Engineer and probably have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent (e.g. Electrical or Physics Engineering)
You will work from our awesome office in Stockholm – we offer relocation packages if you do not currently live in Sweden.
We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and our creators. This is something we value deeply and we encourage everyone to come be a part of changing the way the world listens to music.