Senior C++ Developer
Senior C++ Developer
Full-time & Permanent
Up to £90,000 depending on experience
Our client offers a professional and fun approach to work, fostering time for creativity and building collaborative bonds both inside and outside the workplace.
They specialise in delivering challenging outcomes in the UKs Cyber Security industry, creating high performance software solutions implemented on a range of infrastructure deployments.
Their growing business means they now have a new role for an experienced C++ Developer to join the team, based onsite.
Proficient C++ Developer, Confident to be seen as a subject matter expert in the field, Modern C++ development - C++11/C++14/C++17/C++20
Great to have:
* Network focused software development experience
* Internet protocols eg IP/TCP/UDP
* Internet security protocols
* Protocol analytic tools eg Wireshark
* Containers - Kubernetes / Docker
We'll also be keen to hear about:
* C++ unit testing framework eg GTEST / GMOCK
* BASH Scripting, Python
* GCC compiler
* Generous Company pension - 5% employee, 10% employer contribution
* 25 days leave - exc Public Holidays
* Salary Sacrifice for ULEV Cars & Cycle to Work Schemes
* A real commitment to work:life balance
* Personal development and learning support - 10% of your time spent utilising a market leading training solution
Note: Due to the security requirements for this role, you will be required to have DV level clearance.
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