Software Engineer C++, Robotics, Machines

Posted 7 September by Rise Technical Recruitment Limited
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Software Engineer (C++, Machines, Robotics)

£30,000 - £40,000 + Bonus + 33 Days Holiday + Pension

Newport, South Wales

Are you a Software Engineer with C++ looking to get excellent training to work on state of the art robotics and machines for the engineering industry?

This is an excellent opportunity to join a global business at a junior level and get trained to become a real technical expert, moving to more senior roles in the company.

The company manufacture a range of state of the art process machinery and invest heavily in R&D to ensure they enhance their reputation as industry leaders. They are increasing the size of the software team by recruiting an enthusiastic and ambitious Software Engineer looking for the next step in their career.

This would suit someone with C++ experience and a year or two work experience looking for excellent on-going training, career progression, and to work on state of the art machinery in an engineering environment.

The Role:
-Use C++ to develop software embedded in robotics and manufacturing equipment
-Train to improve your knowledge and become technical expert
-Work throughout the software development lifecycle

The Person:
-C++ experience
-1 or 2 years work experience, looking to progress
-Interest in robotics and machinery embedded systems

Click 'Apply Now' to submit your application or call Tom Reynolds on

C++, Embedded, Robots, Robotics, Machinery, Software, Engineer, Engineering, Developer, Newport, South Wales, Cardiff, Pontypool, Chepstow, Caerphilly, Gwent.

Required skills

  • C++
  • Developer
  • Embedded
  • Engineering
  • Machinery
  • Robotics
  • Software
  • Engineer
  • Cardiff
  • South Wales
  • Newport
  • Robots
  • Pontypool
  • Caerphilly
  • Chepstow
  • Gwent.

Reference: 36058493

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