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Graduate C/C++ Developer - Mathematical (26047)

Cambridge
£28k-£33k DoE + excellent benefits
Filled

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Design and implementation of algorithms for cutting-edge software

This is an excellent opportunity for a numerate graduate to begin their career in software development in a creative and challenging domain, supported and encouraged by a highly skilled and expanding, team of enthusiastic developers.

Our client’s products enable electronic engineers to design and build complete systems, including chips and boards. Their technology has been used to create products that have transformed the way people live their daily lives and interact. It can be found in the products of the mobile, consumer, automotive, aerospace, IoT and other industries.

The Graduate C/C++ Developer would be based in their Cambridge office and would be mentored by the team there, as well as working with the company’s global team of developers. There is a large element of research involved in this position as the work is truly ground-breaking. The Graduate C/C++ Developer would be responsible for innovating, designing, and developing key technology, including the design and implementation of algorithms. They will also be encouraged to test, trouble-shoot and improve their solutions. The ideal candidate will be inquisitive and curious by nature, whilst paying good attention to technical detail.

To be considered for position, you will need:

  • A good degree (2:1 or above) in a numerate subject, such as Computer Science or Mathematics from a well-respected university
  • Competency in both C and C++ programming
  • Skills in designing data structures and writing algorithms
  • An analytical approach to problem-solving, coupled with an inventive streak and enthusiasm
  • Full right to work in the UK without time limit or sponsorship will also be needed

Keywords: Cambridge, Graduate, C, C++, Mathematics, Algorithms, Computer Science, Software Development

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