Development Tools Engineering Intern with Analog Devices Inc



Location: Edinburgh
£380 per week
Full-time for 6 months
Start date negotiable
Closing date: 30 November 2018, 12 noon

About the Company

Analog Devices Inc (ADI) is an industry-leading, dynamic company that uses cutting-edge technology to solve their customers’ problems in a variety of industries including automotive, automation, healthcare, communications and more. With a strong global presence, Analog Devices enables their customers to interpret the world around them by intelligently bridging physical and digital technologies that sense, measure and connect.

Analog Devices' Development Tools Engineering group develops and maintains the company's software development tools, creating products such as high-fidelity audio systems, vision recognition devices, and motor-control systems.

Analog Devices is known as a place where innovation thrives and breakthroughs happen. The organisation goes to great lengths to create an entrepreneurial culture where each employee’s capabilities can be maximised by encouraging freedom to explore new ideas and to develop their skills further.

AAI has a long relationship with helping graduates improve their skills and employability with Analog Devices.

A wealth of information can be found on the company website here.

The Role

Analog Devices are looking for keen and enthusiastic, self-motivated Development Tools Engineering Interns to join their IDE, Embedded Operating Systems, and Code Generation development teams. As a successful applicant, your main responsibilities may include:

• Regression testing: setting up test systems
• Automated benchmarking systems
• Examples for heterogeneous multicore systems
• "Getting Started Guides" to walk users through given tasks
• Web-based Intranet application development
• Graphical configuration utilities
• Developing secure software stacks


This opportunity is ideal for Computer Science graduates. The following skills would be advantageous:

• Familiarity with ANSI C/C++, Java, JavaScript, and scripting languages such as Python and PHP
• Experience with Linux kernel device-driver development (or other operating systems) and the GCC toolchain – especially building new versions
• Experience developing with the Eclipse IDE, and Microsoft VisualStudio
• Development on both Windows and Linux
• Software security

You should also be well-organised and comfortable at prioritising your tasks. The ability to demonstrate excellent analytical and problem-solving skills is also essential


Closing date for applications is 30 November 2018, 12 noon.

Please submit a CV and brief covering letter through the Adopt an Intern online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by noon on the closing date. State a. your availability and b. relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job spec. We do NOT accept e-mail applications unless otherwise stated.

Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK. Please confirm your eligibility to work in the UK.