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Graduate Electronic Engineer

This is a great opportunity to build a successful career in Electronic Engineering, solving complex engineering problems for a variety of high-profile customers.

We’re looking for people that are passionate about technology and who want to expand their horizons in an exciting and fast-moving area of the technology industry.

 

Shipley GB / Full Time / On-site

Learn more about this role

Consult Red is an employee-owned company and a trusted partner to some of the world’s largest brands. We’re an R&D technology partner that develops cutting-edge ‘Internet of Things (IoT) smart, connected products, video and broadband end-user equipment, streaming TV devices, networks and platforms. Connected devices and systems developed by Consult Red are currently in more than 30 million homes around the world.

Our story started in 2003 when five friends founded the company in Shipley, West Yorkshire. Since then, we’ve grown a lot. We work with the world’s leading media operators, including Liberty Global (Virgin, UPC), Comcast (Sky) and AT&T (Directv), and in the last 12 months along we’ve grown our team in the UK, Poland and the US by 40%. We’re now over 220 people globally, working collaboratively to provide an industry-leading consultancy service across software development, hardware, embedded, and cloud technologies.

We’re proud to be an employee-owned business.  At Consult Red, everyone has a stake, and everyone has a say. The employees are the business owners, and we work together with shared values and purpose towards our common goals. We want every team member to feel empowered, have a say in our future, and share in our success.

If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.

How you will spend your time

This role will challenge you and push you out of your comfort zone, so we’re looking for a bright graduate with a relevant degree and a keen interest in electronics.  You’ll start by learning about the technologies and tools that the hardware team utilises to go about delivering complex projects for a variety of high-profile customers. You’ll be joining an established market leader with a talented team to learn from. Our customers operate at the forefront of technologies using embedded hardware designs across a wide variety of applications, from the lowest power IoT devices, to the latest cutting-edge home entertainment systems.  You’ll ideally have sound theoretical knowledge, an ability to learn “on the job”, excellent communication skills and the flexibility to get involved wherever our customer’s projects require.

What you will need to bring

Mandatory Skills

  • Knowledge of the fundamentals of electronic engineering and software systems.
  • Electronic debug ability using a variety of test equipment including high-speed oscilloscopes and spectrum analysers.
  • Demonstrable ability to use tools to create schematic and PCB designs.
  • Knowledge of the design and test of analogue, digital and RF circuits.
  • A flexible approach, being prepared to work either independently or as part of a team, on the multitude of tasks required to support our customers.
  • Excellent communication skills in English (written and spoken).
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.

Desirable Tech Skills

  • An understanding of the legal compliance requirements of an electronic product before placing it on the market.
  • An appreciation of modern software & scripting techniques.
  • A keen interest in electronics as a hobby, not just a degree!

What you will get in return

  • A competitive salary that will grow with your career.
  • A twice-yearly company bonus scheme.
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues.
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us.
  • A flexible approach to work and an entrepreneurial atmosphere.
  • Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support and a cycle to work scheme.
Read more about our employee benefits

Our Recruitment Process

We believe in moving fast and keeping things simple.

Once you submit your CV, we'll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of details. Your application then goes directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll always try to come back to you within a few days.

We'll usually do a short first stage telephone interview. If that goes well, we'll want to set up a longer conversation to find out more. Where possible, we'll do a face-to-face interview in our offices, so that you can get a better feel for the company and your team. However, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 and have adapted our business to be completely flexible around the current situation. This means that we may do some, or all, of the interview process over video using Microsoft Teams, Skype, or GoToMeeting.

However we do it, we want you to leave us with a real feel for the role and a sense of what it's like to work with us, so we're happy to spend some quality time to answer all of your questions.

If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, apply today and we’ll be in touch really soon.

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Junior Software Engineer

This is a great opportunity to build a successful career in software Engineering, solving complex engineering problems for a variety of high-profile customers. We’re looking for people that are passionate about technology and who want to expand their horizons in an exciting and fast-moving area of the technology industry.

 

Shipley GB / Full Time / On-site

Learn more about this role

Consult Red is an employee-owned company and a trusted partner to some of the world’s largest brands. We’re an R&D technology partner that develops cutting-edge ‘Internet of Things (IoT) smart, connected products, video and broadband end-user equipment streaming TV devices, networks and platforms. Connected devices and systems developed by Consult Red are currently in more than 30 million homes around the world.

Our story started in 2003 when five friends founded the company in Shipley, West Yorkshire. Since then, we’ve grown a lot. We work with the world’s leading media operators, including Liberty Global (Virgin, UPC), Comcast (Sky) and AT&T (Directv), and in the last 12 months alone we’ve grown our team in the UK, Poland and the US by 40%. We’re now over 220 people globally, working collaboratively to provide an industry-leading consultancy service across software development, hardware, embedded, and cloud technologies.

We’re proud to be an employee owned company. At Consult Red, everyone has a stake, and everyone has a say. The employees are the business owners, and we work together with shared values and purpose towards our common goals. We want every team member to feel empowered, have a say in our future, and share in our success.

If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.

How you will spend your time

After getting up to speed working on internal projects, you’ll become part of an Agile development team; working in a fast-paced, customer-facing software development role. This will give you a great grounding in embedded software design, as well as commercial experience of C++ and Java, and exposure to technologies such as Android.

This role will challenge you and push you out of your comfort zone, so we’re looking for a bright junior with a relevant degree. You’ll ideally have sound theoretical knowledge, an ability to learn “on the job”, excellent communication skills and a keen interest in software. Industrial placement or post-graduate experience is beneficial.

What you will need to bring

Mandatory Skills

  • Knowledge of Computer architecture and software engineering
  • Knowledge of Object-oriented design
  • Programming skills in a range of languages, ideally including one or more of C, C++ and Java
  • Experience using software development tools including IDEs (for example, Eclipse), version control systems (for example, Git, Mercurial or Subversion), compilers and debuggers
  • Familiarity with Linux operating systems and common command-line tools
  • Excellent communication skills in English (written and spoken)
  • Excellent problem-solving skills

Desirable Tech Skills

Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required – ability and willingness to learn is just as important.

Object Orientated programming in C++ or Java / Linux kernel / drivers / GCC / GDB / TDD and Unit Testing frameworks such as Google Test / Software development for consumer electronics or TV / Networking protocols and standards including TCP/IP / Agile, Scrum methodologies

What you will get in return

  • A competitive salary that grows with your career
  • A twice-yearly company bonus scheme
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow your career
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day every year
  • A flexible and risk-averse approach to remote work
  • Access to the “Headspace” mindfulness app
Read more about our employee benefits

Our Recruitment Process

We believe in moving fast and keeping things simple.

Once you submit your CV, we'll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of details. Your application then goes directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll always try to come back to you within a few days.

We'll usually do a short first stage telephone interview. If that goes well, we'll want to set up a longer conversation to find out more. Where possible, we'll do a face-to-face interview in our offices, so that you can get a better feel for the company and your team. However, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 and have adapted our business to be completely flexible around the current situation. This means that we may do some, or all, of the interview process over video using Microsoft Teams, Skype, or GoToMeeting.

However we do it, we want you to leave us with a real feel for the role and a sense of what it's like to work with us, so we're happy to spend some quality time to answer all of your questions.

If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, apply today and we’ll be in touch really soon.

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Senior Electronic Engineer

We’re looking for a Senior Electronic Engineer to undertake interesting and challenging design and development projects. We’re looking for someone with technical excellence and a demonstrated passion for research. They will join a world-class team working with leading clients in the fast-moving arenas of IoT and digital TV technologies.

Shipley GB / Full Time / On-site

Learn more about this role

Consult Red is an employee-owned company and a trusted partner to some of the world’s largest brands. We’re an R&D technology partner that develops cutting-edge ‘Internet of Things (IoT) smart, connected products, video and broadband end-user equipment, streaming TV devices, networks and platforms. Connected devices and systems developed by Consult Red are currently in more than 30 million homes around the world.

Our story started in 2003 when five friends founded the company in Shipley, West Yorkshire. Since then, we’ve grown a lot. We work with the world’s leading media operators, including Liberty Global (Virgin, UPC), Comcast (Sky) and AT&T (Directv), and in the last 12 months along we’ve grown our team in the UK, Poland and the US by 40%. We’re now over 220 people globally, working collaboratively to provide an industry-leading consultancy service across software development, hardware, embedded, and cloud technologies.

We’re proud to be an employee-owned business.  At Consult Red, everyone has a stake, and everyone has a say. The employees are the business owners, and we work together with shared values and purpose towards our common goals. We want every team member to feel empowered, have a say in our future, and share in our success.

If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.

How you will spend your time

This role will allow you to develop your existing engineering knowledge and offer challenges to hone your skills in electronic design and engineering disciplines. You’ll form part of a team, contributing to product development, verification, and overall project delivery. The results of your work will be important to our clients who operate at the forefront of technologies using embedded hardware and software.

As part of the team in you’ll both develop yourself and contribute to the value we bring to our clients who operate across a wide variety of applications from lowest power IoT devices to highest speed home entertainment broadcast receivers. You will work in a flexible environment reporting to a Group Lead or Project Manager and will have considerable exposure to our clients and other partners. You will need to bring a sound engineering knowledge, be able to learn ‘on the job’ and have first-rate communications skills.

What you will need to bring

Mandatory Skills

  • A minimum of five years’ experience working in consumer electronics or other embedded systems from a hardware design and development perspective.
  • Ability to understand complex engineering issues and clearly communicate them to non-technical stakeholders, via email, phone, and other methods.
  • Excellent communication skills in English, written and spoken.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of electronic hardware design principles.
  • Will have already completed a portfolio of product development and deliveries.
  • Knowledge of printed circuit design principles.
  • Ability to apply existing knowledge to learn other CAD systems for schematic entry and PCB layout.
  • Clear and demonstrable skills to design and develop to an agreed specification, taking product and project schedule requirements into account.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of electronic hardware testing and debug.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills.
  • Creation of product requirements specifications.
  • Contributing to design reviews and critique.

Desirable Tech Skills

Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required. The ability and willingness to learn is just as important.

  • Experience of IoT technologies
  • Experience of wired and wireless network technologies
  • Knowledge of modern software and scripting techniques
  • Project planning and estimation skills
  • Able to contribute to architecture-level design.
  • Familiarity with regulatory compliance standards and associated product testing.

What you will get in return

  • A competitive salary that will grow with your career.
  • A twice-yearly company bonus scheme
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us
  • Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support, and a cycle to work scheme.
  • Relocation assistance for those moving to the area.
Read more about our employee benefits

Our Recruitment Process

We believe in moving fast and keeping things simple.

Once you submit your CV, we'll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of details. Your application then goes directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll always try to come back to you within a few days.

We'll usually do a short first stage telephone interview. If that goes well, we'll want to set up a longer conversation to find out more. Where possible, we'll do a face-to-face interview in our offices, so that you can get a better feel for the company and your team. However, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 and have adapted our business to be completely flexible around the current situation. This means that we may do some, or all, of the interview process over video using Microsoft Teams, Skype, or GoToMeeting.

However we do it, we want you to leave us with a real feel for the role and a sense of what it's like to work with us, so we're happy to spend some quality time to answer all of your questions.

If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, apply today and we’ll be in touch really soon.

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Electronic Engineer

This is a great opportunity to build a successful career in Electronic Engineering, solving complex engineering problems for a variety of high-profile customers. We’re looking for people that are passionate about technology and who want to expand their horizons in an exciting and fast-moving area of the technology industry.

 

Shipley GB / Full Time / On-site

Learn more about this role

Consult Red is an employee-owned company and a trusted partner to some of the world’s largest brands. We’re an R&D technology partner that develops cutting-edge ‘Internet of Things (IoT) smart, connected products, video and broadband end-user equipment, streaming TV devices, networks and platforms. Connected devices and systems developed by Consult Red are currently in more than 30 million homes around the world.

Our story started in 2003 when five friends founded the company in Shipley, West Yorkshire. Since then, we’ve grown a lot. We work with the world’s leading media operators, including Liberty Global (Virgin, UPC), Comcast (Sky) and AT&T (Directv), and in the last 12 months along we’ve grown our team in the UK, Poland and the US by 40%. We’re now over 220 people globally, working collaboratively to provide an industry-leading consultancy service across software development, hardware, embedded, and cloud technologies.

We’re proud to be an employee-owned business.  At Consult Red, everyone has a stake, and everyone has a say. The employees are the business owners, and we work together with shared values and purpose towards our common goals. We want every team member to feel empowered, have a say in our future, and share in our success.

If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.

How you will spend your time

This role will challenge you and push you out of your comfort zone, so we’re looking for an engineer with a relevant degree, around two years’ industrial experience (minimum) and a keen interest in electronics. You’ll start by learning about the technologies & tools that the hardware team use to go about delivering products and projects to our customers. By working as part of the team you’ll begin to produce your own work results, valuable to our customers who operate at the forefront of technologies using embedded hardware designs across a wide variety of applications from lowest power IoT devices to highest speed home entertainment broadcast receivers. You’ll ideally have sound theoretical knowledge, an ability to learn “on the job”, and excellent communication skills.

What you will need to bring

Mandatory Skills

  • A minimum of two years working in a hardware design and development environment.
  • Knowledge of electronic engineering and fundamentals of software systems.
  • Electronic debug ability using high-speed oscilloscopes, logic analysers and other standard test equipment
  • The ability to understand and learn CAD systems for schematic entry and PCB layout.
  • Knowledge of the development and & test of analogue, digital & RF circuits.
  • Knowledge of modern software & scripting techniques.
  • Excellent communication skills in English (written and spoken).
  • Excellent problem-solving skills.

Desirable Tech Skills

Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required.  An ability and willingness to learn is just as important.

  • PCB layout skills.
  • Product specification creation
  • Familiarity with Linux and command-line tools.

What you will get in return

What we’ll give you in return:

  • A competitive salary that will grow with your career.
  • A twice-yearly company bonus scheme.
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues.
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us.
  • A flexible approach to work and an entrepreneurial atmosphere.
  • Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support and a cycle to work scheme.
Read more about our employee benefits

Our Recruitment Process

We believe in moving fast and keeping things simple.

Once you submit your CV, we'll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of details. Your application then goes directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll always try to come back to you within a few days.

We'll usually do a short first stage telephone interview. If that goes well, we'll want to set up a longer conversation to find out more. Where possible, we'll do a face-to-face interview in our offices, so that you can get a better feel for the company and your team. However, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 and have adapted our business to be completely flexible around the current situation. This means that we may do some, or all, of the interview process over video using Microsoft Teams, Skype, or GoToMeeting.

However we do it, we want you to leave us with a real feel for the role and a sense of what it's like to work with us, so we're happy to spend some quality time to answer all of your questions.

If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, apply today and we’ll be in touch really soon.

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Technical Lead

We’re looking for a superb Technical Lead to join us and share your superpowers! You’ll set the direction and act as the technical expert in one of our Agile development teams, working in our office in West Yorkshire.

Shipley GB / Full Time / On-site

Learn more about this role

Are you an experienced Technical Lead, or maybe an experienced Software Engineer ready for your next challenge? Perhaps you prefer to think of yourself as a Software Superstar, an Expert Developer or just a really good engineer who’s great with people? This could be the dream job you’ve been waiting for.

Consult Red was born out of a love for technology, a fierce sense of adventure, and a strong desire to do something different. We develop exciting and innovative technology solutions for our clients. As an industry-leading technical professional services business, our teams have built a reputation for delivering at the highest level to customers who are leaders in their fields.

In this role, you’ll build on your proven experience of software development and add in the ability to lead and inspire your team.

In footballing terms, you’re the Captain, not the Manager. You’ll still be in a hands-on technical role, working day-to-day in a Scrum team, but you’ll be the one your colleagues look to for support, to set their technical direction, help them out of sticky situations, and advise them on the right approach to a problem. Our clients will know you as the most dynamic member of the team (though not necessarily the most senior in years) and as someone they can rely upon to answer their questions and explain difficult technical stuff in a down-to-earth way.

You’ll have excellent knowledge of software development. We mainly use C++ or Java, so experience with those is really helpful, but if you can show expertise in other languages, good theoretical knowledge and an ability to learn quickly we’d still love to hear from you.

We’re an entrepreneurial, customer-facing consultancy business, so our Technical Leads need to be passionate about innovation, communication, and leading by example in all that they do; consistently providing a first class service to their team, the business and a wide variety of customer stakeholders.

And currently, having taken their equipment, office chairs and favourite coffee cups with them, our team members #stayathome and work safely from there.

Please note: Due to COVID-19 we are taking precautions and all interviews will be held remotely.

If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.

How you will spend your time

You’ll generally be part of an established Agile (Scrum) team. While Scrum teams don’t officially have leaders, you’ll be able to use your experience to offer support and advice to other members of the team.

The work involves delivery of a wide array of bespoke customer projects – you might be working on anything from the next generation of TV streaming box to a new embedded Internet-of-Things device that might sit at the heart of the home of the future.

Our customers value our expertise and industry experience, so they will look to you for advice, feedback, and solutions to a variety of technical problems. This means you’ll need to be knowledgeable, approachable and adaptable; stepping in to assist proactively, wherever you see a potential bump in the road.

This is a highly visible role within the business and, as well as helping others, you’ll have significant opportunities to train, develop yourself, and to progress your own career at Consult Red.

Where You’ll Work:

This role is based in our Shipley, West Yorkshire office, which is a few miles outside both Leeds and Bradford in the North of England. It’s a great place to live and work. We’re located mid-way between the urban and the rural – if city living’s your thing, you could set up home just 20 minutes away by train in Leeds’ bustling city centre (which is only an hour further from Manchester and just over two hours from London). If you want to live in a stone-built cottage on an isolated hillside, or bring up your family in a traditional rural village or smart market town, you can do that and still be able to commute in 30 minutes or less (by car, bus, train; or even bike along the picturesque Leeds-Liverpool Canal, which passes right by the office).

Closer to work, there are great places to eat, drink (Yorkshire is awash with craft breweries, including Saltaire Brewery just around the corner from us), and relax, including the World Heritage Site of Saltaire a short walk away.

Compared to much of the country, house prices and rents are affordable, and we can offer a relocation package to successful candidates who are moving to the area.

From time to time you may be asked to travel to other Consult Red offices (in Poland and the USA) or customer sites, but you will spend most of your time in the Shipley office.

What you will need to bring

Mandatory Skills

  • Really strong, hands-on, software engineering experience
  • Great knowledge of modern software engineering techniques – such as object-oriented design, unit testing/test driven development, CI/CD, use of code analysis tools
  • You are likely to have experience of developing in languages such as C++ or Java, but you’ll also be comfortable with the idea of learning new languages and technologies quickly
  • Experience working in Agile/Scrum teams
  • Experience mentoring and supporting other engineers on your team. While this doesn’t need to be in a formal management/leadership capacity, you will be a “people person” and a very strong team player, and you’ll know how to encourage a team to achieve it’s technical goals and hit deadlines
  • A desire to grow your career – you’ll be the sort of person who is always up for a challenge, interested to learn new things and gain new experience
  • A flexible, can-do approach
  • Outstanding communication skills; you’ll be confident discussing technical matters with both technical and non-technical people

Desirable Tech Skills

Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required – ability and willingness to learn is just as important.

C++11 / STL or frameworks such as Qt • Embedded or mobile Java, JNI • Linux development / kernel / driver / networking code • Android / AOSP development • RTOS • GCC / GDB • TDD and Unit Testing frameworks such as Google Test / Mockito / JUnit • Software development for consumer electronics, Internet of Things, or TV • Audio, Video & TV standards • Networking protocols and standards including TCP/IP, Wi-Fi, UPnP / DLNA, HLS, MPEG-DASH • Cloud development for AWS / Google Cloud / Microsoft Azure • Agile / Scrum / Kanban • UML • Use of planning tools e.g. Jira, MS Project

What you will get in return

  • A competitive salary which will grow with your career.
  • A twice yearly company bonus scheme.
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues.
  • A flexible approach to work and an entrepreneurial atmosphere.
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us up to a maximum of 30 days.
  • Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support, and a cycle to work scheme.
  • Relocation assistance for those moving to the area.
Read more about our employee benefits

Our Recruitment Process

We believe in moving fast and keeping things simple.

Once you submit your CV, we'll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of details. Your application then goes directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll always try to come back to you within a few days.

We'll usually do a short first stage telephone interview. If that goes well, we'll want to set up a longer conversation to find out more. Where possible, we'll do a face-to-face interview in our offices, so that you can get a better feel for the company and your team. However, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 and have adapted our business to be completely flexible around the current situation. This means that we may do some, or all, of the interview process over video using Microsoft Teams, Skype, or GoToMeeting.

However we do it, we want you to leave us with a real feel for the role and a sense of what it's like to work with us, so we're happy to spend some quality time to answer all of your questions.

If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, apply today and we’ll be in touch really soon.

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Embedded Software Engineer

We’re looking for a talented Software Engineer to work on cutting-edge embedded software projects as part of an agile team, based at our office in Shipley, West Yorkshire.

Shipley GB / Full Time / On-site

Learn more about this role

Consult Red was born out of a love for technology, a fierce sense of adventure, and a strong desire to do something different. We develop exciting and innovative technology solutions for our clients. As an industry-leading technical professional services business, our teams have built a reputation for delivering at the highest level to customers who are leaders in their fields.

Our business has grown year on year since we started out 15 years ago and we now have a staff of 150 people, delivering cutting-edge solutions for some of the world’s biggest TV, IoT, and consumer electronic brands. The software products that we deliver for our customers will reach 20 million people across the globe this year, and that number is growing all the time.

Our mission is to build an inspiring organisation with an engaged and high performing culture, working at the leading edge of technology, for years to come.

And currently, having taken their equipment, office chairs and favourite coffee cups with them, our team members #stayathome and work safely from there.

Please note: Due to COVID-19 we are taking precautions and all interviews will be held remotely.

If that is something you can get excited about, we'd love to hear from you.

How you will spend your time

You will work in an agile environment reporting to a Group Lead or Project Manager and will have considerable exposure to our clients and other partners.

Working as part of a team, you’ll be a key part of the planning, design, development, debugging and integration of embedded software modules for cutting edge broadcast and internet TV receivers (“set top boxes”) or similar embedded/Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

What you will need to bring

Mandatory Skills

  • Strong experience with C, C++ or Java in an embedded Linux or Android environment.
  • Strong debug and problem solving skills.
  • Experienced developing and debugging multithreaded and/or multiprocess code.
  • Ability to understand complex issues and discuss them via phone, email and other methods.
  • Flexible, can-do approach.

Desirable Tech Skills

Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required – ability and willingness to learn is just as important.

Object Orientated programming in C++ or Java / UML diagramming / C++11 / STL or frameworks such as Qt / Embedded or mobile Java / JNI / Linux kernel / drivers / GCC / GDB / TDD and Unit Testing frameworks such as Google Test / Mockito / JUnit and similar / Software development for consumer electronics or TV / Audio,Video & TV standards / Networking protocols and standards including TCP/IP / Wi-Fi / UPnP / DLNA / HLS or MPEG-DASH / Agile, Scrum methodologies.

What you will get in return

  • A competitive salary which will grow with your career.
  • A twice yearly company bonus scheme.
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues.
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us up to a maximum of 30 days.
  • Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support, and a cycle to work scheme.
  • Relocation assistance for those moving to the area.
Read more about our employee benefits

Our Recruitment Process

We believe in moving fast and keeping things simple.

Once you submit your CV, we'll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of details. Your application then goes directly to the Hiring Manager to review. We'll always try to come back to you within a few days.

We'll usually do a short first stage telephone interview. If that goes well, we'll want to set up a longer conversation to find out more. Where possible, we'll do a face-to-face interview in our offices, so that you can get a better feel for the company and your team. However, we understand the challenges of COVID-19 and have adapted our business to be completely flexible around the current situation. This means that we may do some, or all, of the interview process over video using Microsoft Teams, Skype, or GoToMeeting.

However we do it, we want you to leave us with a real feel for the role and a sense of what it's like to work with us, so we're happy to spend some quality time to answer all of your questions.

If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for, apply today and we’ll be in touch really soon.