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Founded in 1999 in Vienna, the Qualysoft Group is a manufacturer-independent IT consulting and services company. It has subsidiaries in Hungary, Germany, Serbia, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Switzerland. Our company is focusing on various fields of IT: application management, resource management, software development and IT business solutions.

Currently, we are setting up a new team for one of our biggest partner. It is one of the world’s leading company in telecom sector and looking for C++ software developers for a challenging job. You can develop your technical skills and knowledge throughout the full software development lifecycle.

Main Tasks:

• Software development, implementation and test of new features 
• Securing high product quality 
• Ensure timely deliveries 
• Participate in solving customer issues 

Qualification and Experience Requirements: 

• Minimum BSc. or equivalent degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science 
• Good command of English 
• Sound knowledge of C and C++ 
• Ability to work in agile team
• Flexibility, quick learning 
• Experience in working in a Linux development environment 

Advantages are: 

• Knowledge of telecommunication network protocols
• Java (SE) knowledge
• Experience with using scripting languages (PERL, bash) 

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume to E-mail cím megjelenítése

Helyek Budapest
Kategória IT / Informatika
Munkaidő tipusa Teljes munkaidő
Elvárt nyelvtudás Angol
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