C++ Software Engineer (Robotics)

35000.00 - 50000.00 GBP Annual
11 Apr 2017
09 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
A company specialising in articulate robotics design and development are looking for a C++ Software Engineer for an immediate start to contribute to their core robotics products. The C++ Software Engineer will be designing and maintaining the software that controls the company`s robots and sensors that would be used across several industries, e.g. defence, aerospace, nuclear.

The essential skills required for this role are extensive knowledge of C++ programming, proven industry experience of developing software that makes some sort of mechanisms move and a good academic background with a degree in an engineering, scientific or related subject.

C++ Software Engineer - Responsibilities:
1. Design and develop software to control complex robotic solutions (Mostly in C++)
2. Deliver software system within timescales and quality guidelines
3. Work within existing software infrastructure and processes
4. Work closely with members of the software, electronics and mechanical teams

C++ Software Engineer - Key Skills:
1. Good degree (or equivalent level) in a rigorous engineering, scientific, or mathematical subject
2. Excellent knowledge and industry experience of C++ development
3. Excellent mathematical ability ideally with some knowledge of 3D geometry
4. Some experience with vision systems or autonomous systems

Desirable skills:
1. Experience of working in a high-tech engineering company
2. Experience of C#

In return this would provide an ambitious C++ Software Engineer an opportunity to work on cutting edge technology which is expanding the way in which companies can approach hazardous situations in confined spaces using robots. This is a permanent position paying up to GBP50k plus benefits.

Role: C++ Software Engineer (Robotics)
Location: Bristol
Key Skills: C++, mathematical concepts (e.g. 3D Geometry), vision/autonomous systems knowledge
Salary: Up to GBP50k dependent on experience

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