C++, Embedded Linux Software Engineer

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4 months +
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Proteus Europe is searching for two C++, Embedded Linux engineers to work with one of our imaging clients on a medical device on a contract project.

Our Client:-

Our client provides a range of medical healthcare solutions across the hospital enterprise spectrum, boosting clinical performance in every department via a connected network of display systems.

Your New role:-

This role will be working in a team re-writing an existing application that historically had been written in Python. The project will be a complete re-write using C++ and Embedded Linux. It would make sense if you had some understanding of Python although I understand this is not essential.

The end application is a medical device, so any experience in this field would be advantageous. There is a video stream aspect to this system and there will also be a network stack which is incorporated into the service that it delivers. All documentation and team meetings will be in English, so good communication skills will be required along with a pleasant friendly approach to team working.

Your Skills and experience:-

Essential Skills:-
- C++
- Embedded Linux
- Good communication skills
- Good work ethic
- Excellent documentation skills as you work.

Desirable Skills:-
- Python
- Medical applications experience
- Video systems
- Network Stacks

Proteus Europe operates in partnership with our candidates by building strong and lasting relationships at all levels.

If you apply for this role, we will:

- Contact you within one week to discuss your current situation and suitability for this role.
- Keep searching for other suitable positions should this role not be right for you.
- Keep you informed at every stage of the recruitment process.
- Actively follow up with our client on your behalf to gain useful feedback throughout the process.