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Contract Software Design Engineer Embedded C

  • Location: Buckinghamshire
  • Sector: Embedded Software
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: SAA27111/6
  • Rate: £35-£40 phr

Job description

Are you a Contract Embedded C Software Engineer seeking a contract working within an existing R&D department on highly regulated products? Redline are working with a Buckinghamshire based client who design sensor electronics for use in hazardous environments.
They are seeking a contractor to support them with next generation projects on an initial 5-month contract.

The perfect candidate for the Contract Embedded C Software Engineer job, will meet the following Experience:

Embedded C or Embedded C/C++
Windows
RTOS
Software written in a safety critical environment.
GIT Hub
Test driven software development

Nice to have

Eclipse
Wireless RF driven through Firmware
ATEX explosive atmosphere experience is beneficial

To apply for this Contract Embedded C Software Engineer job based in the Buckinghamshire area:
Contact Samson Amusa on 01582 878 828 or email samusa@redlinegroup.Com


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