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Contract Software Engineer - QT/GUI

  • Location: London
  • Sector: Embedded Software
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: STR2235/42
  • Rate: £30-£36 Per Hour
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

The Redline Group have an URGENT Contract Software Engineer job to support new exciting projects for a London-based design and manufacturer of precision-engineered equipment at the cutting edge of technology.

The job - Contract Software Engineer - QT/GUI:

- Provide and contribute in developing software solutions for a range of machinery.
- Develop designs in cross-discipline project teams working closely with hardware & mechanical engineers.

Key Job Requirements - London:
- Hands on C/C++ Development (Real time embedded software development)
- Graphical User Interface (GUI) development experience is essential
- QT Creator/QML
- Visual studio
- Engineering background ESSENTIAL.

If this is a role you would be particularly interested in, apply now!

What do you think?

Feel free to call me directly regarding the Contract QT/GUI Software Engineer on 01582 878866 or simply drop me an email to sramos@redlinegroup.Com quoting job reference: 2235/42

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