£50,000 - £70,000 (DOE) + Progression + Holiday + Pension
Excellent opportunity for an C/C++ Developer with strong Linux experience to join a rapidly growing and evolving organisation offering progression and training opportunities, the chance to play a big part in the development of brand-new life-saving technology, and secure a long-term and stable career.
This company design, build and sell life-saving communication products to some of the most demanding industries in the world. After various successful project launches and acquisitions of other businesses they are looking to increase their Software Team.
In this role you will work with C/C++, Linux, Git, Subversion, MySQL, PostgreSQL and Node.JS. You will create software used in in-vehicle IoT Devices for the Emergency Services. You will work with other departments to ensure hardware is fit for purpose, functionality is as good as possible, and these devices are built to last.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced C/C++ Developer with strong Linux skills. Linux administration (network configuration and firewalls), Version Control experience, and Database experience is essential. Due to the hardware-heavy nature of this position you will be office-based in Worcester.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly growing organisation offering career progression, autonomy and responsibility, and long-term stability.
*Working with C/C++
*Creating software for in-vehicle IoT Devices
*Working with a variety of different departments to ensure the highest quality
*Experienced C/C++ Developer
*Strong Linux Administration skills
*Version Control Experience
Reference Number: BBBH142063
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