Position title
Graduate Software Engineer - Complex R&D

We are partnered with a growing technology company in Cambridge who are looking to hire the next generation of inventors.

You will be utilising your computer science education to invent and develop brand-new devices and applications that aim to improve lives. This means working on a project from initial ideation all the way through to readying the device or app for manufacture and deployment.

You will be working alongside expert engineers and scientists in a multidisciplinary team, meaning that this role will expose you to new aspects of the design and development process, considering both engineering and science-based principles.

The company have a unique mentoring programme for their graduates. You will work closely with a principal engineer on a weekly basis to ensure that you are continuously growing and developing your skills, achievable your career goals along the way.

This technology company have a track record of delivering step-changes with their innovation and engineering capabilities. This means that almost all your work will be on novel technologies, with minimal work on legacy products.

We are looking for engineers who have a strong passion for software engineering, coding and solving complex engineering and scientific problems with software.

You will receive an excellent starting salary with benefits that include bonus, share options and a market-leading mentoring programme. They will provide you will everything you need to make a success of this role, including autonomy to manage your our work.

We anticipate a lot of interest in this role so make an application now to be considered for this exciting opportunity. This role is being looked after by Matthew Lowdon, senior recruiter and co-founder of Newton Colmore Consulting.

Newton Colmore Consulting is a specialist recruiter operating within the medical devices and biotechnology sectors. We have over ten years worth of expertise of placing candidates with our clients, globally. Our sole aim is to utilise this expertise and knowledge to maximise your chances of securing your ideal role with our clients.

Employment Type
Beginning of employment
Duration of employment
Software Design
Job Location
Working Hours
Monday to Friday
Date posted
16th January 2023
Valid through
30th March 2023
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Apply below or email directly: matthew.lowdon@newtoncolmore.com

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