• Android Framework Developer

    Location IN-KA-Bangalore
    Job ID
  • Overview

    We are looking for a Software Engineer with 2-6 years’ experience with in-depth knowledge and working experience in Android Framework and Internals to join Zebra’s Engineering Customer Response Team (ECRT).


    ECRT team provides Lifecycle Engineering support (from Rev A to Grave) for all Zebra Enterprise Mobile Computing products and accessories released in past 5+ years - well over 100 products. This requirement is for ECRT Software (Core OS) group responsible for resolving customer identified product defects.


    • The primary responsibility of this role is to work on Zebra Android Mobile Computing products portfolio engineering sustenance.
    • Fix issues/problem raised by the customers and provide solutions for the same.
    • Work closely and communicate with various stakeholders – Other engineering teams, Customer Experience Teams, Support teams, Account/Sales teams, vendors across the globe and enable timely and quality resolutions for customer issues.
    • Candidate should be good at multi-tasking and prioritizing issues based on urgency, customer, complexity etc. and operate with scale and speed amidst flux.


    Technical Requirements

    • Engineering degree in Computer Science/Electronics
    • 2-6 yrs. in SW development.
    • Deep understanding of Android architecture and framework
    • Hands-on/working knowledge on debugging ANRs, Tombstones
    • Good Knowledge in Android HAL, JNI concepts
    • Should be able to modify the Android framework code for customization
    • In depth understanding of Core Java, C, C++ and OOPS concepts
    • Good understanding of AOSP build process



    Non-Tech/Behavioral/Interpersonal skills

    • Excellent verbal/written communication/inter-personal skills.
    • Excellent Problem-solving attitude.
    • Logical reasoning and analytical skills.
    • Ability to lead and drive technical initiatives and resolutions with the team.

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