Working as a Software Engineer not only enables you to be creative, but provides you with so many continuous learning opportunities.
It’s a career path with endless chances for progression. You get to use your problem-solving skills and create often complex strategic solutions. Software Engineers also get to work on a variety of projects, big and small, so you’ll never be bored.
If you’ve recently graduated in this area, you’ll also find your skills are highly in demand in the UK.
Gregory Martin currently has a vacancy at a successful consultancy providing digital technology expertise to projects in the Ministry of Defence.
The company have several roles at different levels from Graduates to more experienced Software Developers, including openings for a Software Engineer & Graduate Software Engineer :
This is an exciting opportunity for a Software Engineer to join a newly formed team in Portsmouth within their digital technology area. Here you will work on a variety of projects evaluating the latest military technology to counter the current and future threats our country faces.
Responsibilities for this role include the development of constructive and real-time Modelling and Simulation (M&S) models and scenarios using a combination of Python, C++ and custom scripting languages using object-oriented design techniques.
Who are they looking for?
The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM discipline (Physics, Science, Maths, Technology, Engineering). You should also have proven experience in design, development, test, and integration of quality software.
You should also have experience in object-orientated software design and programming using Python and C++ (or similar languages. A general knowledge of real-time target environments, including processor and network architectures, communication protocols and simulation frameworks, is desirable.
You must be a UK National or Joint National, and be eligible to gain UK SC Security Clearance.
If you’re interested in this role, simply contact the team at Gregory Martin today.