Senior embedded software engineers are generally responsible for developing and implementing software of embedded devices and systems. Besides, they may be responsible for analyzing and monitoring the efficiency and stability of the system. Typically, embedded software engineers with years of experience and training are considered senior embedded software engineers.
Fluency in the programming languages used to write an operating system and an ability to straddle software and hardware with ease are some of the core skills that are required to become a successful embedded software engineer and acquire a senior role quite early.
Applicants must have seven or more years of experience in the programming field, a rock-solid understanding of theory, and excellent debugging skills to be called a senior embedded software engineer.
The average senior embedded software engineer salary in the United States is $112,268 as of December 28, 2020, but the salary range typically falls between $102,590 and $122,535.