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Software Engineer x8
BAE Systems are looking for four Software Engineers to join the Rochester site on a contracting basis.
Exciting opportunities have arisen within Electronic Systems at Rochester for four Software Engineers. The Software Engineers will work as part of an integrated project team developing world-leading systems
As a Software Engineer your main responsibilities will involve:
- Working in a team environment to develop software that meets the complex and demanding requirements of our customers. This software provides high-integrity solutions for our military and commercial systems.
As a Software Engineer your skills will ideally include:
- Experience of safety-critical, real-time, embedded software development for airborne equipment
- Software design using UML
- Coding in C
- Adherence to DO-178B/C Levels A to C
- Software integration, verification and rig-testing skills
- Experience with Simulink modelling and testing
- Knowledge of electronics
- Problem solving skills
What we are looking for in you
- Due to the nature of this role you will need to have excellent team skills, be self-motivated, fast-learning and have the ability to prioritise and manage your own work with minimal guidance.
*4 x SC UK eyes only roles and 4 x BPSS roles*
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
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