C++ Software Engineer - Audio DSP Linux

C++ Software Engineer Cambridge to £65k C++ Software Engineer (Audio DSP Linux) Remote Process WFH Are you a technically-sharp C++ Software Engineer looking for your next challenge? Would you like to work in a company that combines the dynamicity of a start-up, with the security of a well-funded organisation? You could be joining a company carving a revolutionary path in the field of audio technology, working on software that is set to be in billions of devices, worldwide. In this C++ Software Engineer role, you will take ownership of architecting, designing and developing the core API which is embedded into the customers' product; a complex mathematically based algorithmic software that can be used on a range of devices to process audio, such as IoT home devices, smart speakers, hearing aids and more. You'll work across the full development lifecycle, from creating and maintaining test suits to building delivery systems. Please note: this company is able to offer a remote interview and onboarding process during the current social distancing measures. You'll join impressive city-based offices in Cambridge in due course, with core hours of 1000 to 1600 and a mix of office-based and work from home going forward. Requirements: You have strong C++ development experience including multi-threading / multi-processor experience You have good knowledge of Linux OS You have experience with DSP (Digital Signal Processing) or Audio You have Python experience Ideally you will have some experience with git, GitHub, CMake, CTest, Jenkins, Confluence You're a proactive team player who excels when working collaboratively As a C++ Software Engineer you will earn a highly competitive salary (to £65k) plus a comprehensive benefits package. If you are interested in this C++ Software Engineer (Audio DSP Linux) opportunity, apply now or get in touch today on 01372 476 565 to find out more. This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/91502108

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