Arobas personnel is looking for a Software Developer C++ for a permanent position in Montreal.
What does your day to day look like?
Design software solutions that meet customer’s expectations.
Develop software solutions using C++ to simulate various sensors or communication systems.
Integrate new software components with software components produced by other teams to build a complete simulator.
Implement interface between software components and simulator specific hardware.
Elaborate unit and system tests.
Participate in peer code reviews.
What we’re looking for?
Bachelor degree in software, computer, electrical or physics engineering.
Dynamic team player with a sense of initiative, results-oriented with good team spirit.
Knowledge of C++ programming language is essential.
Experience with the different level of software components: multiple operating systems (Windows, Linux), microprocessors (Intel), drivers and microcode, the inter-processes communication and network protocols (TCP/IP, Windows Sockets, UDP, etc.).
Knowledge of UML (Unified Modeling Language) is essential.
Knowledge of real-time programming, an asset.
Knowledge of automatic unit tests and system tests, an asset.
Knowledge of sensor domain, an asset.
Knowledge of communication systems, an asset.
Knowledge of professional sound cards and analog / digital audio, an asset.
Good planning and organizational skills.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Bilingualism (French and English) is required.
Availability for occasional business trips to worldwide destinations.
Capability to obtain a NATO Secret security clearance within a period of 12 months.
At Arobas Personnel, you’re not a zero, you’re a super hero!
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