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Embedded Software Engineer with experience using C++ required to join a leading automotive software organisation in Cambridge. Over the last decade, my client has become the goto name in their industry supplying global names with their impressive solutions and following a company restructure, the CEO is looking to add new team members over the next year. Hurren & Hope were approached by the HR Manager who has joined from a former client of ours to help deliver on a campaign to help source a number of candidates for their Cambridge office to realise their ambitious growth plans and enable the company to maintain their competitive edge. This opportunity presents the successful candidate a chance to join a market leader in their sector in a Senior position that will vary from day to day, presenting challenging and different projects to get involved with and help the company grow.
An aptitude creating C++ software, ideally for any of the following operating systems: Linux, QNX, Android or Windows CE is considered the holygrail of prerequisites for this position. Applicants must have demonstrable multithreaded programming ability at this level together with knowledge of network programming, compression and protocol design with experience maintaining development toolkits. Candidates with previous customer facing experience will be high of interest as there will potentially be some global travelling.
The company offer a competitive salary up to £65k, great benefits package and provide a great working environment with some flexible working hours. If you are looking to take your career to the next step with a forwardthinking company then please apply in confidence with your most recent CV today.
Hurren and Hope are a different take on the recruitment sector with ethics and knowledge central to our approach, rather than sales targets. We are proud to be a firsttier supplier to this prestigious business and helping to source candidates for a number of roles.
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