Software Engineer | W.Sussex | £50K

C++ Software Engineer job in Arundel

Posted 1 month ago

A Software Engineer with experience of C++ and C is required for a niche engineering and manufacturing company based in West Sussex. With new development projects creating exciting challenges in the business they are looking to increase their Software capabilities. Being paid a strong starting salary and an excellent benefits package you will become a major part of the ongoing growth of the business.
Your duties as Software Engineer will include:

• The design and development of robust software solutions
• Programming and coding in C++ and C
• Testing all software and ensuring it is fit for purpose
• Developing all Software on a Window platform using Visual Studio
• Designing and Developing Graphic User Interfaces (GUI)
• Providing input and supporting Hardware and Embedded Software development

You will have comprehensive experience of programming using C++ and C in a Windows environment. You will have worked on Graphic User Interfaces in the past such as WXWidgets and be able to develop user friendly output. Knowledge of HTML/Java/XML would be useful along with a basic understanding of Electronics/Hardware and Embedded programming.

Working in a multidisciplinary team that welcomes innovation and new ideas this will be a rewarding environment for a Software Engineer to join. Project focused, you will be able to work on both R&D projects and legacy product. While learning new skills and developing your product knowledge from the Engineering Team.

Paying a starting salary up to £50,000 plus Pension, Bonus, 25 days hols, and temporary part time homeworking this is a comprehensive package.

If you are looking for a new and exciting Software Engineering position, have C++ and C experience do not hesitate to contact Kevin McHugh at Senex Recruitment

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