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Contract Lead/Principal Software Engineer - C#/WPF

  • Location: Scotland
  • Sector: Software Apps / C++ / C# / Java
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: MFB12808/40
  • Rate: £300 - £450 per day
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

The Redline Group are working with a leading electronics developer in Edinburgh who require a Contract Lead/Principal Software Engineer to join their applications team.

The application being developed is on a touch screen GUI which connects to the electronic device, displaying data received by the device.

Long term contract with competitive daily rates are on offer!

Key Responsibilities - Contract Lead/Principal Software Engineer:

- Develop an engineering plan and the software architecture
- Lead the team through the plan
- Lead continuous integration

Key Requirements - Edinburgh:

- C#.NET
- Visual Studio
- Ideally XAML and Prism
- Real time engineering systems
- Developing software that communicates with hardware
- Lead or Principal experience
- Agile
- Lean

If you are interested in the Contract Lead/Principal Software Engineer position based in Edinburgh, please send your CV to MBennett@RedlineGroup.Com.

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