Senior Engineer – Purely C++ focused

Senior Engineer – Purely C++ focused.

Senior Engineer – Purely C++ focused

Berlin

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Permanent Senior C++ Engineer - Hybrid

Job - Senior C++ Engineer

Client Location - Berlin

Remote work offering - 90%

Client Industry - Music Industry

Contract Length - Permanent

Project focus

  • The successful candidate will be coming up with innovative ideas within the team
  • This role entails working closely with other teams such as other engineers, designers and product managers, this will be in an agile environment
  • You will be motivated and implement your interest within the team
  • This role also supports training and professional growth

Key skills and Experience required

  • The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of experience using modern C++ and standard C++ libraries
  • A passion for the music industry would be a plus
  • You will want to learn from others and implement the ideas within the team
  • The successful candidate will be able to see mistakes as an opportunity to learn and improve their technique
  • Be able to base decisions on data and evidence.
  • Have a compassionate approach that will put the user's experience in the center

If this role is of interest, please send an up-to-date CV to hope.bush@darwinrecruitment.com

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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