Graduate Software Engineer £40k

Posted by Enterprise Recruitment Ltd on 20/01/2020 (09:39)

20/01/2020 (09:39)
Enterprise Recruitment Ltd
Opportunity for Graduate Software Engineers with an interest in compilers or networking to help develop a range of specialised super computing platforms for various markets including Trading systems, Security and Network infrastructure.  We are looking for 2 Graduate software engineers with at least 1 hardcore software development project in an area such as networking, compilers, systems, operating system internals, machine learning, computer vision or similar.

The Graduate Software Engineer will help develop the fastest computation engines in the world by creating software for specialised hardware that performs online computation in real-time, with the goals of maximising throughput and minimising latency.

Suitable software engineers will have strong software engineering skills, C, C++ or Java, a technical degree from a top tier university and mostly A grade A levels.

Desirable skills include Embedded Systems or Hardware knowledge, Kernel level development, Device drivers, Python, Perl, Ruby, FPGA technology and hardware description languages such as VHDL, compilers, Electronic Trading, Cyber-Security or Firewall technologies.

Position: Graduate Software Engineer
Location: London
Salary: £40k
Key Skills: C/C++, Java
Desirable skills: Python, Perl, Ruby, VHDL, FPGA, Kernel, drivers, Network security, Software/Hardware co-design
Apply: jamie AT enterpriserecruitment DOT com

If you don’t fit this requirement exactly but are degree qualified with significant experience in at least one programming language feel free to e-mail a CV as you may be suitable for other positions we are recruiting for.  I specialise in recruiting software engineers for electronics and technology companies throughout the UK.

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