Principle Software Engineer

6 days left

Yolk Recruitment
Bristol (City Centre)
£55,000 per annum
10 Oct 2016
29 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Principle Software Engineer Bristol £55,000 The Opportunity This is the chance to lead a team of 10 experienced .NET developers in projects. This client is working on a large scale project where they are migrating their current system onto cloud based databases. You will be heavily involved in overseeing the design, development and maintenance of their most current hardware product solution that manages cable location, video inspection and time domain reflectometry devices. You will be working collaboratively with the C++ firmware developers to ensure seamless user experience with hardware components. The Role As the Principle Software Engineer you will have two main responsibilities; Team Lead & Systems Architect. You will be responsible for heading up the current projects – You will be a team leader of around 10. There will be no hands on coding for this role but you will need to have technical knowledge. As the team lead you will be responsible for setting requirements. As the systems architect you will take any advances or solutions for the system to the product owner. Skills / Experience · Expert knowledge in the software development life cycle · Analytic and problem solving skills are essential · Experience working as a team lead / scrum master How to Apply If you believe that you have the skills and experience for the role – then please get in touch. We also offer a referral scheme for any candidates whose details are passed to us that we successfully place. If you have any further questions then please contact Cory Webber at Yolk Recruitment. Please note, whilst we do our best to contact all candidates, due to the high number of applications we receive we cannot guarantee this for every role. If you have not heard anything from us within 7 days of applying – then unfortunately you have been unsuccessful. Please keep an eye on our website for more opportunities. This job was originally posted as