Software Engineer / Developer
Central CBD Location working on a highly classified project.
Work with latest front end frameworks and UI technologies.
Great hourly rates and modern technology stack.
Our client is seeking talented developers from multiple language backgrounds, (C++, Python, Java, C#).
The key skills they are after is experience with OpenSource UI Frameworks, strong graphical interface experience and simulation experience. You will be adding functionality to an existing application built on complex algorthym's and C++. Therefore a high level of maths is required.
The following are the criteria that an applicant for the position will be assessed against:
- Strong HTML5 / CSS3 knowledge, with solid grasp of modern responsive design concepts, and experience
- Experience with Simulation / Responsive UI frameworks including Material Design Lite (MDL) and Polymer elements.
- Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or Equivalent
- Experience with continuous integration and delivery (Git, JIRA, JIRA Agile, Bamboo)
- Ability to work effectively within a small team environment and with people across all organisational levels
- Experience of full-stack web application development, including design and implementation.
- Asynchronous Web APIs (REST, SSE, WebSockets etc.), and demonstrated proficiency with modern serverside technologies and frameworks (Node, Express, Django, Mongo, etc.)
- Experience with other software languages (C++, Python, Java, C#)
- Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
- Web-based 3d map development experience with Cesium or mapping experience in general would be beneficial.
Have you got the hots for numbers? Simulation experience? Keen to work with the latest technologies?
Enquiries can be made to Thomas Scriven at Hudson in our Brisbane office on (07) 3258 8438 quoting Ref. No. 4A/17771 . Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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