About EverCharge

EverCharge is a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging devices and management systems and provides hardware and software EV charging solutions for fleets, multi-unit, and single-family homes. Our turnkey offerings are designed to utilize existing infrastructure to scale EV charging at the lowest cost. EverCharge’s load-balancing SmartPower technology maximizes the number of electric vehicles that can charge at once and eliminates barriers, such as data connectivity. 

Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, EverCharge operates a factory in Hayward, CA, which supplies EVSEs for its customers across North America.

Our Senior Embedded Engineer:

Will apply their broad skill set to build cutting-edge firmware for our electric vehicle EVSEs. You will lead your team in designing, implementing, and testing embedded firmware within the greater ecosystem of Linux-based, internet-connected, high-power electronics.

Must reside in the Bay Area.


  • Collaborate cross-functionally with hardware and software engineering teams to define specifications and features
  • Develop and support embedded firmware for RTOS-based devices within a larger Linux ecosystem
  • Experience and knowledge of embedded software
  • You’ll learn the industry protocols (e.g., OCPP) in-depth
  • You’ll contribute to improving our charging systems software to handle future use cases.
  • Communicates with internal and external resources to understand and formalize requirements
  • Works across teams to facilitate efficient development processes and leverage team strengths
  • Develops software and/or firmware to match requirements
  • Works with QA to facilitate efficient testing


  • B.E, B.S or higher in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent
  • Five + years of experience in developing embedded firmware
  • Familiarity using Linux as a development environment, including shell scripting
  • Experience with Python
  • Experience in the EV charging space is a plus
  • Experience working closely with hardware engineers is a plus
  • Demonstrable ability to collaborate across organizational departments
  • Solution-focused and superb problem-solving skills; ability to apply reasonable logic to troubleshoot and resolve issues or make recommendations to appropriate personnel regarding support-related processes.

Job Title and Compensation:

  • The base salary range for this position is between $95,000 and $225,000, based on full-time employment. 
  • Actual salaries are based on several factors unique to each candidate, including but not limited to skill set, experience, certifications, and work location.
  • Our open positions are based on job competencies that are specific to each role. If you are offered a position, the job title may be different from what is advertised to align with the role's competencies and your specific background, experience, and interview results.

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