Work At Rufilla

The world is changing…

I mean the world itself: the things in the world, the things you see when you wake up, when you work… your phone, your dashboard, your GPS, your television.

They’re getting more intelligent, more interconnected.  Devices, once just things in a box with a simple display are now are being connected to the internet to create something more powerful than ever before.

Rufilla is a consultancy and software house at the heart of the smart device innovation field.

Over the last  few years, we have created devices for companies throughout the world, including a system that can intercommunicate with 5 servers simultaneously with display and keyboard for a manufacture cost of just a few dollars.

We are based at Culham Science Centre, near Oxford, in the United Kingdom.  Owned by the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, the Centre is home to a fusion power research facility and a diverse range of businesses, attracting an international community.

We are currently a small team, but we’ve got big ideas. We have some interesting and groundbreaking products that we are working on and we’re looking for highly motivated people who have the skills and imagination to help us bring these to completion.  

If you’re experienced in embedded Linux, Yocto, IoT protocols, web application development in NodeJS – then we’re keen to hear from you.

If you’re interested, why not drop us your CV to  We’d love to hear from you.

Regarding privacy: We will use your data solely to contact you regarding suitable positions within our team.  In the event that we have nothing suitable we will store your CV for a period of six months, after which time it will be destroyed.

We are one of the few UK consultancies in the field of Embedded Linux with a number of diverse clients and projects – and run training courses in collaboration with ARM in cutting-edge embedded technologies.

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