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Graduate Software Engineer
This position would join the operational intelligence Team within the business to develop new solutions for blue chip clients who are looking to establish business critical IT applications within the company.
The role involves the requirements gathering, design, building, testing, documentation and commissioning of IT projects. Some knowledge of existing platforms such as PTC Thingworx, OSIsoft PI or other Real Time Data Historian would be ideal but not essential. Knowledge of languages such as C#, C++, ASP/MVC and the .Net environment or similar, will provide an excellent foundation for learning to use customer specific software tools. Other languages and toolsets such as those listed are also regularly deployed for additional work on plug-ins, interfaces, etc.
Degree in Computing or Science related subject which have a significant element of computer programming
Object Orientated Programming (OOP) – required understanding for data modelling (UML).
Problem solving skills – Identifying issues, exploring alternative solutions, choosing the best solution, implementing solution.
Working experience in C#, C++, ASP/MVC, .Net or equivalent
Ability to learn new and emerging technologies
UK driving licence
HTML5/CSS3 – Styling applications.
UX/UI design – Understanding the UI requirements and the user experience.
Working knowledge of databases (RDBMS/NoSQL/Time series).
This position will be on a permanent basis with excellent ongoing training, benefits and career progression.
If you are interested in this graduate Software opportunity then apply now or contact the Automation Team at Carbon60 Fareham.
The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.
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