Analysis Software Engineer

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£40000 - £60000 Per Annum 8-10% bonus per annum



Analysis Software Engineer

Our client is a leading technical IT and engineering services consultancy with 10 offices in the UK and 3 offices in Australia. With over 800 staff, their IT projects team are expanding their capabilities in a number of sectors, primarily covering government, nuclear, defence, transportation and the power industries.

Their work spans across the complete Information Technology and Software project life cycle for high profile clients who need an experienced Analysis Software Engineer to join the team in one of the following locations: Bristol, Staffordshire, Surrey or Warrington.

They are seeking an Analysis Software Engineer who can contribute technical analysis and/or lead the software engineering of desktop (or maybe web-connected) analysis tools.  You will be a software engineer who can sit between their clients and subject matter experts in a variety of technical disciplines, taking responsibility for turning models and ideas into deliverable software tools. This is likely to involve improving the performance of algorithms and developing new architectures

They are looking for Software Engineers who have skills and experience in the following skills areas:

  • An ability to develop models of real-world systems to understand or improve their performance.
  • Delivering tools using a relevant approach, which could include:
  • Using Matlab, R, Python or similar to formulate new analysis approaches.
  • Developing and maintaining native software packages Java/JavaFX, C# and WPF/UWP or another desktop environment.
  • Developing analysis tools in other “standard” or “bespoke” environments.
  • Have experience in machine learning or autonomous systems.
  • Experience in team leadership or product ownership, driving the development lifecycle; they work in an agile environment.
  • You should be able to iterate, report and present your work to/with stakeholders.

Noting that this role isn’t one size, it covers a broad spectrum of analysis/software approaches.

An ability to form and influence analysis approaches with clients; Experience within one of their core markets would be advantageous (but not essential)

  • Defence/infrastructure, the analysis or the prediction of structural performance.
  • Nuclear energy, covering the current fleet, new build and fuel lifecycle
  • Energy and national infrastructure; analysing and optimising these systems.

In return, our client is offering a salary of £40 – £60k (depending on experience) + bonus + career development + company benefits.

Please contact Dan Harvey for a confidential chat or email your CV to prompt a call back.

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