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C++ Developer (f/m)

Our client is an Austrian company with the headquarter in Vienna and branches in more than 30 countries.

 

This is what our client offers you:

  • An international working environment and exciting challenges with room for new ideas

  • Social benefits and infrastructure (operating restaurants, near subway etc.) of a modern company

  • Bridge Days Regulation and flexible working hours etc.

 

Your tasks:

  • Development of cameras

  • Follow the given software development guidelines

  • Unit and Regression testing

  • Producing detailed specifications and writing the program codes

 

This is what you offer:

  • Very good experience in C++ development

  • Strong knowledge of Boost, STL, embedded systems, cross-platform development Linux and Windows

  • Very much desired know-how in optics and cameras (e.g. as a hobby photographer)

  • Interpersonal, communications and team player skills

  • Fluent oral and written English and German (min. B2)


A market compliant gross salary according to your qualifications and your job experience (minimum salary: € 3.600 p.m.)


Austrian work permit must be available!



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9. August 2019
  • asap
  • Vienna
  • Festangestellt
  • Must Haves: C++
  • Key Tasks: development of security tools OR cameras

Your Partner

Dora Rummel

DreiKreis Consulting GmbH

In order for us to place you, you must already have a valid work permit for Austria (“Red-White-Red Card plus” at least), or you own an Austrian citizenship, or your heritage is a country that is part of the European Union (EU), or the European Economic Area (EEA).  Find more information on the topic on the Federal Government’s official website: https://www.migration.gv.at/en/welcome.