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Software Engineer

The Graduate Software Engineer role offers an opportunity to join an exciting and highly motivated team, implementing cutting-edge technology within the context of an established suite of EDA products. Successful candidates will be dynamic and self-motivated, and able to turn ideas into reality on their own or as part of a team.

A Graduate Software Engineer will be required to:

  • Run and maintain our code promotion process, qualifying local group code changes before they are published to the main product codebase.
  • Investigate issues found during automated testing and, working with others in the group, update tests or pass the issues on to the appropriate person as necessary.
  • Work on other code quality or process improvements as directed.
  • Estimate duration of tasks, and then produce maintainable, well-commented and well-documented code/scripts to this schedule, adhering to the group coding standards and other sources of good coding practice.
  • Produce test cases in the form of unit tests.
  • Review code and documentation from other developers.
  • Track down and fix bugs in existing group code.

Required:

  • Good knowledge of C++.
  • Willingness to learn about and solve new problems
  • 1 or 1st from a credible academic institution, ideally in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Physics or Natural Sciences.

Desirable:

  • Experience of scripting languages (Tcl, Python, Perl or similar).
  • Understanding of digital logic design, from FPGAs or ASICs.
  • Some experience of Verilog or VHDL.
  • Unix (Linux, Solaris), Windows and MS Office.

Depending on background and experience, this opportunity brings with it a basic salary of between £26,400 to £39,600, also eligible for a 5% company performance related bonus, and standard company benefits, including private medical, dental, pension, life assurance and 25 days holiday per year.

Published on 10th April 2019. Applications accepted until 10th May 2019.

Cambridgeshire, England, UK

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