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Junior / Grad Software Developer
— Excellent Learning & Development Opportunities
- Working for a leading consultancy in Bristol
- Fantastic career progression
- Excellent learning and development opportunties
My client is currently looking for a junior / graduate software developer to work within their established engineering and development team, to work directly with one of their longest standing clients.
You'll be based within a diverse and progressive team, working within the areospace industry, having a direct affect on developing equipment that ensures the safest of flights.
What you need in this role
- Hold a degree or higher in subjects such as Maths, Science, Software Development etc.
- Knowlegde of C++ and/or Python
- Desire to develop your skills in an commercial setting
If you are interested in hearing more, or being considered for this position please contact Mia
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