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  • Data och IT
  • Embedded och hårdvara
  • Informationsteknik
  • Systemutvecklare

Ansök senast: 2021-10-31

Software Developer and Scrum Master – Embedded Systems C++

Publicerad 2021-09-14

job description.

Work with the future of maps and navigation systems!

Join us and work with latest technology with products used to rescue people in danger, detect criminals, conserve energy, navigate safely, provide security around the globe, and protect our environment.

We are constantly working on exciting new technologies such as UAV’s, augmented reality, machine vision and machine learning. Our award winning products are used by the leisure, fishing, first responder, commercial and maritime security sectors.


  • Act as a scrum master and developer for an embedded software team working closely within a larger development team. 
  • You will also be collaborating closely with engineering teams in Europe and the USA to develop new product features within existing and new user facing products. 
  • Additionally, the successful candidate will assist in the scoping, development, and testing of new products and systems.

Our development team at Raymarine focuses on enhancing our maps to be more interactive and accessible for our users to find their way on water or spotting the best fishing waters. As the pioneer of consumer maritime electronics, product development is vital. 


  • Experienced and skilled in C++ and you have a passion for other object-oriented languages  
  • Knowledge in Git and Git Branching is meriting
Personality – you enjoy and skilled in collaborating with different teams and individuals. Solution orientated approach to challenges. It is easy for you drive and get things done. 


In this process, Raymarine cooperates with Randstad Technologies. We need your application as soon as possible as we continuously interview to find the right candidate. For questions, contact recruitment consultant Ann-Christine Holmer,

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