A well respected defence organisation is currently experiencing an ongoing period of growth and success. Due to an ever increasing workload, they are currently looking to recruit a Software Engineer to join their dedicated team of technical Professionals. The role is based in Cowes, Isle Of Wight and is for an initial 6 month duration. There is an attractive hourly rate on offer for the successful candidate. Please find the description below:
The purpose of the role is to perform Software Design, Development, Documentation,
Integration and Test activities within Radar group within Product and Training Services
Requirements Analysis and Definition
Enhancement of one or more real-time software and hardware subsystems within the P&Ts
Designing, reviewing, developing, testing, documenting, configuring and delivering real-time
software products to the agreed standards and procedures using the specified tools.
Testing software products sufficiently to ensure software product quality is maintained and
minimal or no re-work is required.
Investigating and resolving obsolescence issues and problems raised during any stage of the
development lifecycle, including software and system integration, qualification, and inservice
Study work including report writing, presentation and estimation
Your skills and qualifications as an Engineer:
BEng/BSc in Computer Science or similar software qualification.
Full Software Lifecycle on large complex real-time systems.
Experience of UML or similar high level design methodology
Software Implementation using a variety of languages including C/C++, C#, Ada 83/95.
Excellent software coding, integration and testing skills, ideally with a real time, multiprocessor
Experience of configuration control systems.
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