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Senior Software Engineer – DSP, Control Algorithms

Are you a Senior Software Engineer with a particular guru level expertise in Digital Signal Processing and Control Algorithms? Do you possess solid skills in Control Systems Design? An intuitive approach to Mathematics? Fancy working for a world-renowned establishment? If so, this great opportunity may just be for you…

The successful Senior Software Engineer will join the team and work on bringing the latest medical applications to market. You would be utilising your Digital Signal Processing and Control Systems Design skills alongside other passionate engineers, you would be getting involved at various points of the product development cycle and you should be able and interested to provide technical guidance to the junior members of the team when necessary.

The successful Senior Software Engineer will have an excellent academic background ( High 2:1 / 1st Class Degree / PhD ) in a relevant discipline such as computer science, mathematics or similar, with experience in (Junior w/internship(s) OR minimum 2+ years in industry):

*Control Systems Design and Theory
*Digital Signal Processing ( DSP ) Techniques and Theory
*Digital Filter Design ( FIR, IIR, CIC )
*Programming in C, Assembly / Assembler and Matlab

If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Christopher Wyatt, Specialist consultant at IC Resources.

Senior Software Engineers with skills in Digital Signal Processing, DSP, Medical, embedded processors, control theory, control systems design, algorithm, implementation, design, test, biomedical, signal processing, RTOS, Matlab, c, digital filter, FIR, CIC, FFT, windows, Linux, Android, iOS, clinical, surgical, drug delivery, health, East Anglia, UK, will most likely be considered.

Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk

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  • Competitive Salary + Benefits
  • Cambridgeshire,England
  • Permanent
  • J37708_icr
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