C++ Developer - Digital Signal Processing

Employer
Client Server Ltd.
Location
Cambridge, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
19 Sep 2020

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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C++ Developer / Senior Software Engineer (C++ Linux DSP Audio) * Remote Interview WFH*. Would you like to join a well-funded technology scale-up and collaborate with a team of highly talented software engineers to bring a unique tech for good product to market?
As a C++ Developer you will design and develop for the core product a complex mathematically based algorithmic software that can be used on a range of devices to process audio, such as IoT home devices, smart speakers, hearing aids and more.

You will architect, design and develop the core API which is in embedded in the customers' product; you'll work across the full development lifecycle including creating and maintaining test suites and build delivery systems.

You'll be based in modern offices near Cambridge City centre with a quiet, relaxed working environment and core hours of 1000 to 1600; driven by technology the company can currently offer a remote interview and onboarding process and work from home with the expectation to do a mix of office based and WFH going forward.

Requirements:
*Strong C++ development experience including multi-threading / multi-processor experience
*Experience with DSP (Digital Signal Processing) or Audio
*Good knowledge of Linux OS
*Python experience
*Ideally you will have some experience with git, GitHub, CMake, CTest, Jenkins, Confluence
*Collaborative with good communication skills

As a C++ Developer you will earn a competitive salary (to £65k) plus benefits.

Apply now or call to find out more about this C++ Developer / Senior Software Engineer Software Engineer / Developer (C++ Linux DSP Audio) opportunity.
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