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Embedded Software Engineer

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  • CB2, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire View on Map
  • Post Date : November 1, 2022
  • Apply Before : December 1, 2022
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  • Job ID 270964

Job Description

Reading a job advert can be confusing and rather dull at the best of times. To raise the excitement levels, I could call you a Rockstar, Ninja, Magician, Wizard, Guru, or maybe even the Ultimate Coder? As great as these titles sound, I may be about to disappoint you! Because my client is just looking for a “Software Engineer”’ who quite simply enjoys coding in C and/or C++.

Now let’s move on to the team/company statements! Forget “fast-paced environment”, “work hard, play hard”, “be part of our family”’, “we go the extra mile”, “unleash your potential” etc. My client has zero interest in trying to bamboozle you with terms that are arguably meaningless or even worse might raise suspicion around the working environment. Instead, they are just looking for someone who is happy to put in an honest day’s work and enjoy being part of an open-source community. In return you will get the opportunity to work with other like-minded technologists developing systems that sit at the heart of the technology eco-system. And to allay any fears, you will be working with a normal manager, who won’t throw you in at the deep end without any oversight.

As a Software Engineer you will know your key responsibilities, so there’s no point boring you with a fanciful list of responsibilities. Your main responsibility is to write great code, have an appetite to continuously improve, and enjoy sharing your expertise with others.

To summarise, if you’re a software engineer, rockstar or not, with the ability to write low-level C/C++ code, have a passion for open-source development, and perhaps have dabbled in Java, Python, or Linux Kernels then we would love to hear from you!

Finally, our client appreciates that your time is valuable, and whilst the process won’t be simple, it will be just the one stage, comprising of an interview with the team, a technical coding exercise, alongside a two-way Q&A