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Contract Software Engineer - Embedded C

  • Location: 3-6 Months
  • Sector: Embedded Software
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: LMP23085/32
  • Rate: £30-£40 per hour
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

The Redline Group are working in partnership with our client on an exciting project which requires the services of a Contract Software Engineer - Embedded C to work at their offices in Scotland.

Joining a highly skilled Software development team, you will play a pivotal role in the re-design and development of a product, using your years of expertise to support design changes and suggest new innovative ways of thinking.

Key Skills Required - Contract Software Engineer - Embedded C, Scotland:
- Embedded C software development skills.
- Implementing/documenting of software design changes
- Experience with TI single board computer systems
- Experience of performing verification tests

This is an opportunity to work with a client well established in the electronics industry - don't miss out!

For more information or to apply for the Contract Software Engineer - Embedded C based in Scotland please contact LPreston@RedlineGroup.Com quoting reference LMP23085/32.

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