Software Engineer Full Stack C++ Python JavaScript

Software Engineer Cambridge / WfH to £65k Software Engineer / Full Stack Developer (C++ Python JavaScript React) Remote interview WfH. Are you a technologist seeking complex and interesting systems to apply your skills, continually learn and develop? You could be joining a well funded tech start-up, spun out of Cambridge University that is developing a SaaS data management product. As a Software Engineer you will design and develop new features and enhancements to the core AI based platform, partnering with the Chief Data Scientist to develop and implement algorithms and complex APIs. You'll be working across the full tech stack from C++ and Python on the backend through to JavaScript and React on the frontend, with a leaning towards backend. There's a host of technical challenges to get involved with, you'll be collaborating within an Agile team environment using IRA to manage and select work that suits your strengths. Driven by technology the company can offer a remote interview and onboarding process as well as the ability to work from home; in time you'll join colleagues in the Central Cambridge office (10 minute walk from the station) for the middle part of the week with Monday and Friday continuing to work from home. Requirements: You have strong backend development skills with C++ and / or Python You have experience with JavaScript and associated frameworks, they're using React You have a thorough understanding of Computer Science fundamentals such as Data Structures, Algorithms and Design Patterns You're collaborative, have a genuine enthusiasm for technology and keen to make a difference in a start-up environment 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 / Full Stack Developer (C++ Python JavaScript React) opportunity. This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/92742537

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