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Software Engineer - C/C++

  • Location: Hampshire
  • Sector: Embedded Software, Software Apps / C++ / C# / Java
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: NAJ17042/10
  • Salary: Up to £35k DOE
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Job description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Software Engineer - C/C++, based in Hampshire area to join this market leading organisation.

My client are seeking a Software Engineer - C/C++ to join their successful team. In this role you will be responsible for working on sophisticated software products. You will also be responsible for implementing novel processing algorithms in C++

Key skills/experience for the Software Engineer - C/C++:
Degree qualified in Electronics, Computer Science or equivalent
Expert in C/C++ development. Hands-on experience with Python and/or Bash will be advantageous
Knowledge of video/audio formats and processing would be beneficial

This is a great chance for a Software Engineer - C/C++ to join a fast growing organisation.

To apply for Software Engineer - C/C++ based in Hampshire please send your CV to NMiskelly@RedlineGroup.Com, or for more information contact Neena Miskelly on 01582 878855.





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