Graduate Software Developer

Based in Cambridge, a leading international supplier of boundary scan tools is looking for an exceptional individual to join its team of software developers.

We are looking for a motivated graduate with a good degree in either computer science or maths, and a decent comprehension of written English. You will have the ability to pick up new skills quickly, with a flexible approach to your work and decent interpersonal skills. A knowledge of digital electronics is useful but not essential.

The role will allow you to immerse yourself in software development, working throughout the whole software lifecycle of design, implementation, testing, documentation and support. Primarily working in C#, you will develop new and creative ways to keep our boundary scan tools running effectively, with the freedom to devise new and exciting software of your own design.

Required skills:
• Some programming experience, preferably in C, C++, C# or Java
• Ability to monitor your own work load
• Ability to work independently or in a team, as required
• Ability to think logically and abstractly, as required

Why work for us?
Competitive salaries, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, open and friendly working environment, a chance to grow in a company of like-minded individuals who are passionate about the things you are.

Does this sound like you?
If so, please send your CV and a covering letter to Sam Eastwood, recruitment@xjtag.com

About XJTAG

Based in Cambridge, UK, XJTAG is a leading international supplier of boundary scan tools. XJTAG was the first boundary scan solution to offer a common platform for use by design, development and test engineers and contract manufacturers, providing testing of not only JTAG-enabled devices but non-JTAG devices as well. XJTAG has clients all over the world across a wide range of sectors, including automotive, defence, consumer, healthcare, telecoms and many more. There are 70+ case studies on www.xjtag.com with companies such as ARM, CSR, Thales, Curtiss-Wright and Eaton.

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