Role: Embedded C++ Engineer 
Salary: £65,000 - £70,000 
Location: Remote, with a monthly visit to site (or less) 
Benefits: 5% matched pension, 25 days holiday plu 8 bank holidays. Rising up to 28 days, Life assurance, Income protection 
Our partner is a fast growing and ambitious company headquartered in Somerset that is making a global impact in the marine navigation and tracking domain industry. 
They are leading the next generation of maritime domain awareness technologies, products and systems that significantly enhance, security, safety and environment protection and sustainability. Their customers are worldwide and range from the largest national coast guards to individual vessel owners. 
They are developing a new set of products to extend the technological capabilities of their platforms; making use of IoT, integrating with mobile applications and increasing network interoperability. 
As such, we are seeking permanent staff to join the team; looking for experienced developers who are able to design robust software architecture, with scope for mentoring junior team members. 
This is a principally remote role with occasional trips (< 1/month) to the office. 
The candidate shall possess the following skills: 
· C++ development 
· Real time embedded systems development 
· Software architecture 
· Networking(TCP, UDP, multicast) 
· Understanding of electronics systems 
Experience in some of the following will be desirable: 
· Development using RTOS 
· ESP32, STM32 
· Keil µVision 
· GUI Design / Implementation e.g. Qt, LVGL, touchGFX 
· Digital Signal Processing 
· Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity 
· Wireshark analysis 
· Python development 
· Embedded Linux development 
· JTAG debugging 
· Continuous Integration (Jenkins) 
· Static analysis (QAC++) 
· Unit and integration testing 
We cannot offer sponsorship. 
If you are interested in this role, please send across an updated CV to or use the form below... 
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