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Research In Motion Limited® (RIM)®is a world leader in the mobile communications market and has a history of developing breakthrough wireless solutions. RIM's portfolio of award-winning products, services and embedded technologies is used by thousands of organizations around the world and includes the BlackBerry® wireless platform, the RIM Wireless Handheld™ product line, software development tools and software/hardware licensing agreements. RIM is seeking driven individuals who can take our wireless data products to the next level in the global wireless market. Are you ready to make a difference in the world of mobile communications with RIM?
The successful candidate will work with a dynamic group of people in the Operating Systems group within the larger BlackBerry Software unit. The OS Group is a core group at RIM that is responsible for developing the kernel, device drivers, and the file system for wireless devices. In this position you are part of our USB Services software development team which is responsible for delivering new USB services on future BlackBerry handsets. This includes the interaction with Windows and Mac OS X computers and support for numerous kinds of different peripherals.
The successful candidate's responsibilities will include:
* Design and implementation of new USB functionality for future BlackBerry handsets.
* Creating desktop tools to interface with embedded devices.
* Coordinating project activities within the group, having ownership of certain design areas.
* Participate in defining and documenting technical standards and best practices.
* Suggest methods of improving reliability, performance and security.
* Participate in solving technical and business problems for customers, and identifying new opportunities or solutions.
* Cooperation with software suppliers.
* Participate in quality initiatives through process enhancements and adopt engineering practices that improve quality.
* Participate in the definition of test plans and strategies.
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