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10th Sep

C++ Software Engineer - Contract

— Fully remote short-term contract

Location:
Remote
Type:
Salary:
£300 - £375 a day
  • Fully remote contract. 
  • Seeking experience with Linux Networking and Security in C++. 
  • Exciting rapidly growing company.

Our client is seeking a C++ Software Engineer for a short term 6 week contract. This role would suit an engineer/developer experienced with C++, linux networking, and security. This role is an urgent requirement, and seeking an engineer/developer to start by the end of September.
 
What experience you will need:

  • Linux networking and security in C++. 
  • Technologies may include OpenSSL, SSH, curl. 
  • A number of years in industry, with an ability to hit the ground running and operate autonomously. 

What you’ll be doing: 
You will be assisting the wider team on existing projects, while working independently on a key project for the business. This will include the development of a new interface to safely transmit information. 

What you’ll get in return for your talents:
The client is offering a daily rate of up to 375 a day - however, all quotes from suitable candidates will be considered. 
 
What’s next? 
For more information or to apply, apply direct to this advert with your most up to date CV. 

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