Associate Software Engineer - Phantom Works
Fleet, United Kingdom
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We are now recruiting for the position of Full Stack Software Engineer located at Fleet, (but with flexible working arrangements), to join our advanced concepts modelling and simulation development team.
Successful applicants for the position will be career full stack software developers with a depth of understanding and passion for software development and application design/architecture in areas such as; modelling and simulation, data visualisation/analytics, scientific computing, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and/or games development.
This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK.Boeing will not attempt to obtain Immigration and labour sponsorship for any applicants. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S. based payroll.
Strong knowledge of Object Oriented design and principles
Able to interpret engineering maths and physics concepts and implementing as software models and algorithms
Ability to work effectively within an agile development team and with people across all organisational levels
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
Ability to obtain a UK defence security clearance.
Bachelor Degree in Computer Science/Software Engineering or related
Minimum 2 years' experience in the desired technical disciplines
Good knowledge of modern C++ principles and practices (C++11/14 mandatory, 17 desirable), C++ frameworks (eg Qt, Boost) and build systems (CMake)
Experience in full-stack webtech application development, including design and implementation of asynchronous Web APIs (REST, SSE, WebSockets etc.), and demonstrated proficiency with modern server-side technologies and frameworks (Node, Express, Django, Mongo, etc.)
Experience with modern 3D graphics and UI development (Unreal Engine, OpenGL, OpenSceneGraph, CesiumJS, WebGL)
Experience with cloud and distributed platforms such as Docker, Puppet, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry
Experience using Windows and Linux operating systems
Familiarity with other programing languages like C, C#, Python
All information provided will be checked and may be verified.
Please apply asap for this role as recruitment may commence before the end date.
Important information regarding this requisition: This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK. CANDIDATES MUST HAVE CURRENT LEGAL AUTHORIZATION TO WORK IMMEDIATELY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. BOEING WILL NOT ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN IMMIGRATION AND LABOUR SPONSORSHIP FOR ANY APPLICANTS. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S. based payroll.
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