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Graduate Software Engineer

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Recruiter: IC Resources
Listed on: 2nd May 2019
Location: Edinburgh
Salary/Rate: £25000 - £35000
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP

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Graduate Software Engineer (C++), Edinburgh, Competitive Salary + benefits. You will be a Graduate C++ Software Engineer being trained in the next generation of simulation technology, utilising cutting-edge high-performance computing technologies such as parallel computing, advanced physics engines, GPU acceleration and visualization.
You will work in small project teams, where you will eventually assume full responsibility for the development and delivery of software components. The role involves working closely with the engineering team to ensure delivery of robust and functionally correct software to project deadlines.
There will be excellent guidance and opportunities to learn to help you meet your targets.
As C++ Software Engineer you will be:
* Responsible for the design and implementation of feature updates to the software suite* Prototyping new algorithms and evaluating new technologies as required**Investigating bug reports, implementing and testing all bug fixes and re-releasing the updated software for formal testing*Collaborating with peers and stakeholders in the full software development lifecycle*Participating with peers with a goal of continuous improvement
Essential skills for the C++ Engineer:
*experience with C++*Development experience in a Windows and/or Linux environment*Adaptive and open-minded to new skills and approaches*Experience of working in an agile development environment is a bonus*Strong problem solving abilities and interpersonal and communication skills
This C++ Software Engineer position would suit a bright graduate with some specific C++ experience either from University or personal projects. Contact George Cunningham at IC Resources for further information or to apply for this post.