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Contract C++ Software Engineer

  • Location: London
  • Sector: Embedded Software, Software Apps / C++ / C# / Java
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: JLW554/3
  • Rate: £35-£42 per hour
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

Redline are partnering exclusively with a international security systems provider who have landed a major project and are therefore looking for two Contract Embedded Applications Software Engineers for a 6-12 month project.

Our clients are a leading software provider to some of the largest UK institutions including defence, aerospace and government agencies. My clients will allow this role to be performed remotely, with the occasional on-site visit to London, even after lock down restrictions are lifted.

Requirements for the Contract Embedded Applications Software Engineer;
> Very strong knowledge of commercial C++ coding
> Windows MFC Experience
> Experience with design and redesign of complex GUI's
> Practical experience of using Microsoft Visual Studio

For an immediate interview for the Contract Embedded Applications Software Engineer job that is based in London/Remote, please contact Jordan Wood on 01582 878833 or JWood@RedlineGroup.Com.


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