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Contract Software Engineer - GUI/Electronics

  • Location: Hertfordshire
  • Sector: Software Apps / C++ / C# / Java
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: MFW11126/20
  • Rate: £20 - £30 PAYE Per Hour
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

The Redline Group have partnered exclusively with a industry leading electronics company in Hertfordshire who require an Interim Software Engineer to work on a new project.

The role required two PC based GUI's to be developed.

The first GUI will control a piece of hardware via RS485. This application will be used by the production team to operate and program the hardware.

The second GUI will control another bit of hardware, allowing the user to program an operation sequence that is executed automatically taking readings/records as it operates.

- You will have a strong background in GUI development
- Developed GUI's that interface with hardware
- Ideally C#, however will consider other languages to develop the GUI
- Able to work from requirements

Please Note - The candidate will work directly with the end client, on their books PAYE.

If you are interested in the Contract Software Engineer - GUI/Electronics position based in Hertfordshire, please send your CV to MWheeler@RedlineGroup.Com quoting reference 11126/20.
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