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Software Design Engineers - The Netherlands

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Type:Permanent
Hours:Full Time
Reference:42130002
 

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AP Technicalhttps://www.ap-technical.com/Are you a software design engineer looking to relocate to Europe ? An IT services provider in The Netherlands are looking for software design engineers and are able to provide visas to work in Europe if you do not have a European passport. As a software engineer you are responsible for the design, implementation, test and integration and maintenance of software for complex modules and machines. Working with a code base of C, C++, and Python or C #. This code base is under strict configuration management in order to deliver in a reliable way for multiple systems and multiple users.To be considered for this role you must have gained experience with high tech complex machine controls / embedded systems within Agile software development. Be experienced with model driven design, Real time control software and Real time operating systems/ Linux / Sun Solaris. Have a knowledge of design patterns and C / C++ / C# / Python.Experience with Continuous Integration.Note: It is essential to have excellent communication skills in written and spoken English.To register your interest in this opportunity, please contactVanraj Chavda on +44(0)203 519 0534 or send your current CV to vanraj.chavda@ap-technical.comThe AP Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. By submitting your CV for consideration, you are consenting to its retention for the purpose of securing you work. Any information you provide to AP Group and its subsidiaries will be subject to the protection of GDPR, our policy for which can be found at https://www.apgroupglobal.com/privacy-notice/

For more information please visit https://www.ap-technical.com//job-details/?id=software-design-engineers-the-netherlands-400866.


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