C++ Developer Embedded Linux SDK
|Job Title:||C++ Developer Embedded Linux SDK|
|Salary:||£55000 - £65000 per annum + benefits|
|Contact Name:||CSR DevC#C++Mobile|
|Job Published:||10 months ago|
As a C++ Developer 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.
You'll be joining a busy, motivated team of software professionals working in a friendly and collaborative environment with a good work / life balance (35 hours a week, flexi-time). There's a remote interview and onboarding process as well as the ability to work from home; in time you'll join colleagues in Cambridge city centre for part of the week with a hybrid model.
*Experience of developing C++ software for any of the following embedded operating systems: Linux, Android, QNX, Windows Automotive, Windows CE, µItron, Genivi Applied
*Familiar with large scale, distributed systems
*Understanding of cross-platform development, protocol design, user interface design, compression and security
*Collaborative team member with strong communication skills, keen to share knowledge and learn from others
*Degree educated, ideally Computer Science
As a C++ Developer / Software Engineer (Embedded C / C++ Linux SDK) you will earn a highly competitive salary (to £65k) plus benefits.
Apply now or call to find out more about this C++ Developer / Software Engineer (Embedded C / C++ Linux SDK) opportunity.
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