RISC OS Ltd. in search of a new software engineerPublished: 11th Jan 18:52:18 | Permalink | Printable
RISC OS Ltd., the company responsible for developing and distributing RISC OS to desktop computer users, has sent Drobe details a job vacancy.
RISCOS Ltd is looking to recruit a Software Engineer to be based full time in their Cambridge Office.
The applicant should have a good knowledge of developing RISC OS applications in C and C++ and should be interested in, but not limited to, RISC OS printer driver development.
You must be dedicated and have the ability to work both as part of a team, and on your own, to commercial deadlines.
The position will also involve software testing and providing support to external Software Developers. The ability to produce technical documentation in a clear and concise manner will therefore be an advantage.
The salary will be based on experience. For more information please contact Paul Middleton, Managing Director, by email.
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