£28000 - £32000 per annum
Menna Del Jones
12 days ago
Menna Del Williams
Graduate Software Developer
Salary up to £32k
Are you a graduate looking to start your career in a supportive and friendly environment?
Do you have experience of C++, .NET and C#?
Our client is looking for someone to join their Research & Development Team, with a focus on desktop application development.
Our clients products are used in environmental and engineering industries. You will need to demonstrate the ability to understand the technical nature of their work, so any experience within an engineering environment would be highly desirable.
Your responsibilities will depend on your level of experience but will include:
- Programming: to develop new functions, implementing feature requests and fix bugs
- Software design and specification, in collaboration with product managers
- Software testing and deployment of new products or features
- Writing software documentation
Qualifications & Experience
- C# or VB.NET or C++
- Computing, Mathematics, Science or Engineering degree or a related discipline
- Object oriented software development
Feel free to reach out to discuss further!
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