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C++ Software Engineer. Linux. Oxford, UK. £29k-£36.5k

C++ Software Engineer / Programmer / Developer, Linux, Oxford, £29-36,500. This is a fixed term salaried contract until 29th February 2016. (Must be a EU-citizen or hold a UK work permit)

This is an opportunity to work on some of the most sophisticated and innovative commercial mobile robotics systems that we have ever seen.

Key Skills:

- Excellent C++ programming experience.
- Good C++ development on a Linux platform.
- Experience in writing "soft real-time" code.
- Proficient user of Linux.
- Must have a degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related subject.
- Version Control and Testing experience e.g. CMake, GIT, Unit Testing, Regression Testing etc.
- Must be happy with a fixed term salaried contract position
- Good English verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be eligible to work in the UK.

Nice to have:

- Knowledge of imaging / computer vision techniques.
- Experience with robotics and embedded computing.
- Knowledge of Python, MATLAB or Java.
- Knowledge of SQL, OpenGL, CUDA or OpenCL

About the role:

The successful C++ Software Engineer / Programmer / Developer ( Linux and CMake, GIT, Unit Testing or Regression Testing ) will be part of an innovative software engineering group.

The particular focus of this project is to deliver a novel, flexible, compact and portable asset mapping system using enhanced 3D imaging and visual analytics.

- Writing software in C++ on a Linux platform across a number of our client's sophisticated robotics systems.
- Supporting ambitious field trails and data collection exercises in outdoor settings. This involves travel to test sites and industrial partners.
- Undertaking documentation and testing of the code base.

About the Company:

Our client holds a world leading position in navigation, mapping and large scale mobile autonomy.

To apply, please email o.carter@xist4.com with a Word copy of your CV.
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