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Cyber Software Engineer

Job Title: Cyber Software Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hampshire, Hampshire
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £500 per day
Start Date: 16/05/2015
Duration: 6 months
REF: ARH-CYB-160415
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

My client are seeking an experienced Software Engineer to design, develop, document, test and debug applications software and systems.

You will also be required to work with equipment designers and engineers to design and develop electronic data processing systems for software.

 

You will also be required to analyse certain system capabilities to resolve any problems that may arise.

 

This person will be involved in design and development of quality security software

- Experience in coding Java/J2EE/C#/C/C++

-Able to use object orientated development

-Ieally cloud technology experience, ie. Hadoop

 

Any experience of UK Government Working Practices would be desirable

 

*must be able to hold or maintain government clearance*

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