* Designing and developing new software components for the company’s systems * Software engineering background with good knowledge of C# .NET app development * Strong interest and enthusiasm for engineering or technology Background An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Software Engineer to join a Manufacturer and Developer of Measurement Systems based in Bristol. They are looking to expand our R&D team with the addition of an experienced C# software engineer. Working in a supportive multi-skilled team environment you will work on developing the next generation of the company’s innovative handheld and robotic laser measurement systems. Duties and responsibilities * Designing and developing new software components for the company’s innovative handheld and robotic laser measurement systems. * Working with customers and customer-facing staff to understand new requirements. * Contributing to new product development. Desirable skills and experience * Commercial C# .NET application development experience. * Understanding of good software engineering practice. * Good written and verbal communication skills. * Exposure to image processing, metrology software or robotics. * Scientific or engineering degree or equivalent. * Have strong software engineering background with a good knowledge of C# and related technologies. * Strong interest and enthusiasm for engineering or technology. Benefits * A salary of £30,000 – £45,000 per annum * Pensions – 5% employer pension contribution * 25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, rising to 27 days after 5 years’ service * Childcare vouchers – non-taxable and NI exempt vouchers for working parents * Healthshield health insurance * Bike to work scheme * Flexible working hours The company: The company is the leader in the field of non-contact dimensional measuring equipment used principally in the automotive and aerospace industries worldwide including well-known companies such as Airbus, Aston Martin, Bentley, Land Rover, Mercedes etc.
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