Senior Software Engineer (permanent)
Location: Evesham, UK
foster+freeman Ltd. are one of the foremost forensic science equipment suppliers in the world, exporting market leading products to government and private institutions in more than 140 countries. Our products are designed to perform detailed forensic investigations at scenes of crime and in the laboratory. foster+freeman continue to grow, driven by universal concerns over national and international security as well as the company’s ability to create innovative products.
We are an equal opportunities employer and offer excellent terms of employment with attractive remuneration and the chance to flourish in a high technology environment. As a modern forward looking company, we recognize that people are our main asset.
You will join a multi-skilled team of engineers where you will get to grips with a broad mix of technology and get involved in all aspects of the project lifecycle from rough and ready prototypes to production machines.
What we are looking for:
5+ years of relevant experience & degree educated (2:1 minimum).
Proactive and innovative.
Ability to integrate with a multiskilled team (e.g. software, hardware, firmware, physics, optics).
Experience of creating software designed to control hardware.
- C# .
- Dot Net Framework or Dot Net Core / Standard.
- Visual Studio.
Useful experience may include:
- Azure DevOps.
- Unit Testing (e.g. NUnit 3).
- A familiarity with machine vision & camera interfacing.
- Development knowledge relating to Windows Applications, STM32 Arm MCUs, RTOS systems, Embedded Linux systems, or mobile app creation e.g. Flutter.
- An interest or background in Forensics or Photography.
The company provides competitive basic salaries and a benefits package that includes performance related bonus, working from home, pension, life assurance and relocation assistance where necessary.
37.5 Hours per week.
25 days holiday per year.
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