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Embedded Software Engineer - C++

Employer
Rise Technical Recruitment Limited
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
24 Jun 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Embedded Software Engineer - C++CroydonUp to £65,000 Depending On Experience + Holiday + Pension + Additional Benefits Excellent opportunity for an Embedded Software Engineer to join a rapidly expanding MedTech company in a role offering excellent training and progression opportunities.This well established company develop safety critical medical devices. With huge demand for their products, they are rapidly expanding and are looking to recruit a Software Engineer.In this role you will work on a variety of medical device projects, developing software elements and contributing to a team of multi-disciplined software developers. This is a hands on role within an Agile Scrum environment. This role is primarily office-based in Croydon.The ideal candidate will have experience with embedded C++ development. You will have experience with either Linux or Win32 APIs. You will have experience with multithreaded / multi-process development on RTOS's. You will have exposure to UML.This role would suit an Embedded Software Engineer looking to for a long-term career in a leading Medical Device company where you will be able to learn new technologies.The Role:* Work on a variety of medical device projects, developing software elements * Contribute to a team of multi-disciplined software developers * Hands on role within an Agile Scrum environment* Office-based in CroydonThe Person:* Software Engineer with experience of embedded C++* Experience with either Linux or Win32 APIs* Experience with multithreaded / multi-process development on RTOS's* Exposure to UMLReference Number: BBBH124939
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