Software Developer
Vecima Networks
Saskatoon, SK
Keywords: C++, C, Java, Linux, Embedded, Telecommunications

Job Description:
As a Software Developer at Vecima, you will influence the design and have a vital role in development of software components for use in Vecima’s varied product offerings. These software components may be targeted anywhere from near-real-time, low level processing on Vecima-designed embedded systems through to cloud computing on commodity hardware. You will work with colleagues to leverage and increase your collective knowledge and skill sets, while continuously improving Vecima’s design practices, processes, and quality.

Skills & Requirements

Required skills:
User-land programming in a Linux/Unix environment
Excellent verbal and written communication

Preferred skills:
Networking protocol implementation and analysis
High level software design
Embedded software development
Cloud software development (OpenStack, Kafka, Microservices)
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, SNMP, HTTP, and other networking protocols
Experience with MPEG, DOCSIS, IEEE 802 standards
Software testing methods
Software testing automation

Key Requirements:
Candidates should have a university degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Engineering, or Software Engineering.
Candidates must work out of the Saskatoon or Burnaby office.
Candidates must be authorized to work in Canada.

Candidates who are not local to a Vecima Research and Development office will be interviewed via telephone, with local candidates interviewed in person.
Second round interviews will be conducted in person at Vecima’s main Research and Development Center in Saskatoon.
Vecima Networks Inc. has a competitive compensation and benefits package, and strives to provide a challenging work environment that can foster skill development and personal career growth for all employees.

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

If you are looking for a challenging career move as a Software Developer, we want to hear from you!

About Vecima Networks Inc.
Vecima Networks designs and manufactures products that enable broadband access to cable, wireless and telephony networks. With global deployments, a proven product library and a team of dedicated employees worldwide, we provide our customers with advanced solutions.

Vecima's extensive Research and Development initiatives result in pioneering technology and intellectual property that flows directly into our cutting edge product design and manufacturing. We pride ourselves on innovative solutions and our continually expanding library of designs.

Vecima’s primary Research and Development center is in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. There is also a satellite Research and Development department based out of Burnaby, BC. Relocation assistance is available.

About Saskatoon, SK
Situated on the beautiful banks of the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon is centrally located within the province of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon is hailed as one of Canada’s leading economies in terms of population growth and gross domestic product. More and more people are choosing Saskatoon as a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family. Saskatoon is home to the University of Saskatchewan, a public research university, which hosts the national Synchrotron, the Canadian Light Source. There is also a campus of Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the city. Some of the benefits of living in Saskatoon are shorter commute times with more family time, and Saskatoon is one of the sunniest cities in the country – with an average of 2,381 hours of sunshine per year! To learn more about Saskatoon, please visit or

About Burnaby, BC
Located east of Vancouver, Burnaby is the third-largest city in British Columbia. Like Vancouver, Burnaby is a diverse multicultural city. Burnaby has a lot to offer residents, with family-friendly cultural activities and events, wide green spaces, golf courses, boating, and world class shopping. Some of the city's many features are high technology research and business parks, rapid transit, 25% of land is designated as parks and open space. The City draws a large number of students to its public schools and its two post-secondary institutions, Simon Fraser University and BCIT. To learn more about Burnaby, please visit