Backend Software Engineer C++ Linux AI

Backend Software Engineer C++ Cambridge to £65k Backend Software Engineer / Developer (Linux C++ 11) Remote Interview WFH. Are you a skilled Backend Software Engineer seeking a role where you can continually progress, working on complex and intellectually challenging systems? You could be joining one of the world's most advanced Cyber Security technology companies as part of a diverse and inclusive team. As a Backend Software Engineer you'll design and develop new components and enhancements for a suite of AI driven Cyber Security products. You'll join a highly intelligent and motivated Agile team working on a wide variety of projects with a diverse toolset and will have the opportunity to run your own projects and work autonomously on new ideas whilst being mentored and supported to reach your full potential. You'll be based in awesome, custom built 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. Driven by technology the company can offer a remote interview / onboarding process and work from home during the current social distancing measures. Requirements: You have strong C++ backend development skills You have a good working knowledge of Linux OS You're able to manage your own workload You're collaborative with excellent communication skills You're degree educated, having achieved a 2.1 or above from a top 500 world university in a STEM subject As a Backend Software Engineer / Developer you will earn a competitive salary (to £65k) plus benefits package, including family healthcare and travel allowance. Apply now or call 01372 476 565 to find out more about this Backend Software Engineer / Developer (Linux C++ 11) opportunity. This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/92862018

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