http://www.sharperecruitment.co.uk/

C++ Developer

Employer Sharpe Recruitment
Location Cramlington
Job Type Permanent
Salary £0–£0 Per annum £30k - £45k depending on experience
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This is a exciting opportunity for someone who wants their highly efficient code to be used by millions of people. The role involves writing server-side software components to support an Instant Messaging service for both consumers and enterprise clients.  These components routinely handle billions of messages from millions of users on a daily basis and therefore code needs to be of an extremely high standard, well structured, consistently documented and fully scalable. 

Must haves:

  • extremely competent C++  (estimated 5+ years commercial experience, but candidates will be assessed purely on skill level)
  • excellent knowledge of object orientated development, STL, TCP/IP networking
  • experience of running MySQL or similar database in a high load environment
  • knowledgeable about developing and debugging on linux-based platforms

Nice to haves:

  • mongoDB familiarity
  • knowledge of bash shell scripting
  • prior use of server virtualisation in a heavily-used production environment

If you are interested in the advertised position please apply through the requested method and we will be in touch shortly with regards to your suitability for the role.

Sharpe Recruitment is a North East based consultancy, dedicated to placing professionals in rewarding jobs throughout the North of England across a variety of disciplines including Digital Media, Creative Advertising, Sales & Marketing, PR, IT and Business Operations.

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