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Software Engineer Embedded C / C++ Linux, Cambridge, Client Server

Published 2022-08-02
Expires 2022-09-02
ID #1112028479
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Software Engineer Embedded C / C++ Linux, Cambridge, Client Server
United Kingdom, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge,
Published August 2, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Software engineer embedded c / c++ linux
Min. Salary: 55000
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Software Engineer C++ Cambridge / WfH to £65k Software Engineer / Developer (Embedded C++ Linux) Hybrid WfH. Are you a hands-on technologist with embedded C++ development experience? You could be joining a successful software house, working on challenging and stimulating projects to create the latest generation of products aimed at the automotive sector and high performance cars (already embedded in over 30 million cars worldwide). As a Software Engineer you'll design, develop and implement embedded projects across multiple software platforms and technologies. There are many technically challenging projects constantly in the pipeline; you'll be creating and maintaining SDKs, pluggable components and both reference and consumer-grade applications. There's a remote interview following that you can work from home most of the week, 2-3 days you'll join colleagues in offices based in Cambridge city centre. Requirements: You have experience of developing C++ software for any of the following embedded operating systems: Linux, Android, QNX, Windows Automotive, Windows CE, µItron, Genivi Applied You're familiar with large scale, distributed systems You have a good understanding of cross-platform development, protocol design, user interface design, compression and security You're collaborative team member with strong communication skills, keen to share knowledge and learn from others You're degree educated, ideally Computer Science As a Software Engineer (Embedded C++ Linux) you will earn a highly competitive salary (to £65k) plus benefits. Apply now to find out more about this Software Engineer / Developer (Embedded C++ Linux) opportunity.

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