C++ Developer | Contract

We require an experienced C++/Tizen developer to join our development team in order create Wearable apps for use in ground-breaking health care projects.

The Position

We require an experienced C++/Tizen developer to join our development team in order create Wearable apps for use in ground-breaking health care projects.

The wearable will accompany our suite of Android apps and will be used for monitoring PPG, movement sensors and bluetooth devices.

You will be expected to deliver fully tested and documented code and supporting documentation, and assist in setting up an appropriate continuous integration for this codebase.

Additionally, this role will work with existing C++ libraries running on Android and iOS to make complex calculations.

Working closely with a team of existing developers to ensure long-term maintenance of the code base.

This role can be based in Dundee HQ or remote.

Skills

Modern C++ (C++11,14)
Native development for Tizen OS
Unit/integration testing
Documentation
Continuous integration
Native development for Android (NDK)

The Team

Waracle is an unconventional company – we like to think out of the box and we want staff who do too. If you’re successful in your application you can expect:

  • To work on some of the most innovative mobile/IoT/healthcare/AR/VR projects.
  • A relaxed/informal/zany environment
  • A learning environment – we like to learn, and build it into the working week. We don’t do formal training courses but we expect everybody to participate in upskilling/rounding out others
  • Innovation – our aspiration is to launch startups and incubate them around Waracle – share out commercial/software product/agile/product strategy experience we’ve got. We’re already doing this and we’ve got more ideas on the go!

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