For one of our International Client we are looking for:
Software Design Engineer C++
willing to move to the Netherlands
We make world leading high tech lithography machines for our chip making customers. These tailor made machines can image billions of structures in a few seconds with an accuracy of a few silicon atoms. To print microchips that are smaller, faster and more energy-efficient, the demands on these systems go beyond hardware. Software can bring our machines to the next level so software design for evolution is vital. That's where our Metrology Software Group comes in.
You will work in a team of about 30 engineers taking responsibility for a specific machine function. You are responsible for all software improvements and new features in your domain. You build software solutions / designs to control the imperfections. Typically you work in a team of about 10 engineers in an agile/scrum development process.
What this job makes an ultimate challenge for talented Software developers is:
? Working in multidisciplinary engineering teams, cooperate with colleagues from Physics, Mechatronics, Mechanics, Mathematics, Electronics and other software departments.
? Highly academic environment, most of your colleagues have a Master and/or PhD education from top quality technical universities
? You will dive into 50 million lines of complex code
? You have an Academic degree in Computer Science or equivalent
? As a graduate you have a proven track record in C++ software development for technical equipment.
? We welcome 1-10 years relevant experience candidates
? The Company working environment is both complex, dynamic and demanding. You need to be perfect in English, willing to work in a team and have strong communication skills to be successful here.
Salary range is negotiable and will depend on education and working experience. Package will include pension found, dutch course, housing help. If you are interested in this position please send your resume including an extended cover letter in English.
Pubblicato il 5 Luglio