C++ Software Engineer - Scientific Instruments

Posted 3 December by Enterprise Recruitment Ltd
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Oxford University spin out with considerable financial backing and ambitious growth to date, are looking for a number of C++ Software Engineers.  The role will involve writing instrumentation control algorithms, data analysis software and intuitive user interfaces for their unique, patented scientific instrument. 

Software Engineers will typically use a combination of C++, Python, Qt, OpenGL, CUDA and .Net but they are also exploring the use of functional languages such as Scala and Haskell for some tasks.

C++ Software Engineer essential skills

We would like to hear from C++ Software Engineers with significant C++ experience (ideally C++11/14) and  degree in a technical field.

C++ Software Engineer desirable skills

- Windows development, Visual Studio
- Qt
- Git
- Python
- CUDA
- Communicating with hardware/instrumentation.
- Embedded C/Firmware.
- Web Technologies, in particular for data visualisation node.js, d3.js
- Cloud platforms
- CUDA, OpenCL, OpenGL

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Position: C++ Software Engineer
Location: Oxford
Salary: £35-65k
Benefits: Pension, 10% performance bonus, 25 days holiday, free lunch
Key Skills: C++
Desirable skills: Qt, Visual Studio, C++11/14, CUDA, .Net, Python, serial comms, instrumentation
Apply: jamie AT enterpriserecruitment DOT com
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If you don’t fit this requirement exactly but are degree qualified with significant experience in at least one programming language feel free to e-mail a CV as you may be suitable for other software developer positions we are recruiting for.  I specialise in recruiting software engineers for electronics and technology companies throughout the UK.

Required skills

  • C++

Reference: 35436482

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