Software Developer- Server/C#

Enterprise Recruitment Limited
£35000 - £45000 per annum
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Software Developer- Server/C# Interested in working on projects related to creating secure server side technologies? This is a great opportunity for potential Software Developers (Server/C#) to work on secure Systems for the UK government. The role is located within the Industrial Consumer Energy division, Software Developers will work on designing and implementing server side components writing in C# and Python on Windows or Linux systems. Working within this particular group is a great opportunity for applicants as the group provides ground-breaking `internet of things` projects`. Software Developers are entitled to great benefits such as 25 days annual holiday, a bonus scheme, flexible working hours, free lunches, private medical insurance, a pension scheme and free a life assurance plan This is a great chance for Software Developers (Sever/C#) to further their career not only technically, but professionally with the chance to progress within the company. Software Developer- Server/C# skills required: - C# - Python - A 2:1 or 1st Class degree in Computer Science or a similar equivalent - Knowledge of TCP/IP networking/routing knowledge - Experience of production quality software implementation - Experience with cloud systems Desirables: - Designing protocols for communication between server and low power embedded devices, over TCP/IP or custom transport layers - Experience implementing algorithms on server systems - Data system design and implementation - Knowledge of wireless protocols (e.g. WiFi, Bluetooth, LORA, implementation of custom protocols) - Digital Security experience (encryption/authentication schemes) - Working to regulatory standards such as MISRA, ISO13485 - Blockchain implementation experience Position: Software Developer- Server/C# Location: Cambridge Salary: £35-45k Key Skills: C#, Python, TCP/IP Apply: kirsty AT enterpriserecruitment DOT com
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