Software Engineer - Neptune Project
Software Engineer - Neptune Project - Edinburgh
Salary - GBP24,000 to GBP32,000 (dependent on experience) + pension scheme
Job Type - Permanent
SeeByte, global market leader in the development of smart software for unmanned maritime systems, are looking to recruit an Entry Level Software Engineer for a position within our team in our Edinburgh office.
You can expect to be working with state-of-the-art subsea robots on exciting and varied projects, global travel and at-sea experiments. There will also be opportunities to visit clients internationally to take part in in-water tests and trials, giving you the chance to see the real-world applications of the software you have created. This is a fantastic opportunity to work for an innovative and forward thinking company with an international client base.
Main Purpose of the Role
Engineers will get the opportunity to work on projects providing robotic solutions for domains such as oil pipeline surveying and offshore infrastructure inspection for clients in the oil and gas industry, and military mine countermeasure operations for various navies worldwide. Support and training will be given to allow you to develop within the
role and become a specialist in software engineering for underwater systems.
The successful applicant would become part of the team of experienced engineers working on Neptune. Neptune is a software package which facilitates autonomous collaboration between unmanned vehicles working towards a common goal.
- Proficiency in C/C++ and experience in developing state of the art algorithm.
- Experience in programming on Linux and Windows systems.
- Comfortable working with external clients.
- Dependable when working under tight deadlines.
- Willingness to travel abroad.
Experience in at least one of the following areas is desirable but not essential:
- Image Processing
- Path planning
- Machine learning
- Any other relevant domain of Artificial Intelligence and/or Robotics
- Formal Software Testing
- Commercial Software Development
- Embedded Real-time systems
Successful candidates usually have a degree in Electronic/Computer Science/Software Engineering, or similar numerate discipline with a software engineering emphasis, or international equivalent. Relevant experience without qualifications will also be considered.
To apply please send a recent copy of your CV and a cover letter.
Because of the nature of the work associated with this post it is subject to special nationality rules and is open only to British or European Citizens. All offers of employment will be conditional to a satisfactory background check.
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