Software Engineer C++ Python - Automotive

Software Engineer (C++ Python) Cambridge to £65k Software Engineer (C++ Python) Remote Interview WfH. Do you have automotive in-vehicle networks experience combined with C++ or Python coding skills? You could be joining one of the world's most advanced Cyber Security technology companies and taking a lead role in the R&D and product development for a cutting edge automotive security product; enabling you to really make an impact, work with cutting edge technology and progress your career. As a Software Engineer you will collaborate with the R&D software team to create and operate an ICS laboratory representative of automotive CAN and Ethernet networks for monitoring and analysis. You'll be working in a fast moving environment with rapid changes and additions to equipment, software, programming and network protocols. Driven by technology the company can offer a remote interview / onboarding process and work from home during the current social distancing measures with a gradual return to the office. Going forward you'll be based in awesome offices in Cambridge (about 20 minutes from the local station and with regular shuttle bus; there's also parking available); there's a range of perks including free top quality catered lunch every Friday, social activities ranging from sports to board game nights; breakout areas and solo pods. Requirements: You have C++ or Python development experience You have experience of creating and operating a variety of automotive in-vehicle networks (CAN / Automotive Ethernet preferred) You're familiar with networking protocols, Linux OS You're degree educated, having achieved a 2.1 or above in a relevant discipline You're collaborative, enthusiastic and driven to learn and succeed As a Software Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £65k) plus benefits. Apply now or call 01372 476 565 to find out more about this Software Engineer (C++ Python Automotive) opportunity. This job was originally posted as

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