Permanent, full time (35 hours / week), based in Cambridge U.K.
£52k+ depending on skills and experience.
+Profit share (variable, but typically 10% of salary in recent years)
Overview: Our range of innovative and high grade laboratory instruments relies heavily on custom software for underlying instrument operation, data capture and data presentation / analysis.
As part of a multi-disciplinary team, you’ll work with other engineers and scientists to develop and evolve software for both new and existing products.
Object-orientated multi-threaded programming competence in C++ and/or C#
User interface design and development experience
Deliver clear code with consistent static typing, run-time tests, version control history and design documentation
Experience in real time systems: pre-emptive and cooperative multitasking, time multiplexing, message queues, coroutines, lock-based and lock-free synchronisation
Comfortable working in a fast-paced development environment, able to adapt and adjust structures to support the evolution of the product
Enjoy learning new skills and self-developing your understanding, in response to technical challenges
Good to haves:
Experience working on scientific instrumentation
Experience interfacing with hardware
Using common communication and data protocols: COM Ports, UDP, TCP/IP, MQTT, WebSockets, REST/Webhook/RPC, JSON/JTD, Flatbuffers, GraphQL
National Instruments’ LabVIEW
Data analysis and manipulation skills
An appreciation of the wider hardware aspects of engineering e.g. electronics and mechanics
25 days holiday
income protection insurance
death in service benefit
cycle to work scheme
partial work from home possible in this role
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Cambustion conceives, develops, manufactures and supports a range of scientific instrumentation for our global customer base. Key markets include China, USA and Europe, with 85% of product sales outside the UK. The customer base includes a broad mix of industry, university and government research institutions. Headquartered in Cambridge, UK, the company is privately owned, with over 30 years of steady growth. We invest heavily in R&D and continue to develop new and existing product ranges.
For more company information visit www.cambustion.com/products/about