Friday, 16 October 2009

We're hiring!

In case you hadn't heard:

Kynesim is urgently in need of developers to expand our team.

We're a small, friendly technology consultancy firm located on Castle Hill, Cambridge with strong links to the University of Cambridge, for which our Managing Director routinely teaches.

We provide top flight hardware and software development services to a variety of clients; mostly doing STB work, embedded Linux (although WinCE expertise welcomed), quite a bit of wireless/embedded micro stuff, but we have been known to do everything from soldering bits onto PICs to writing web applications. We have an outstanding track record of delivering complex and challenging technology on tight deadlines.

Code is mostly in C and C++ with a smattering of assembler, Python and Java and a surprising amount of Javascript and HTML. C# is hovering threateningly on the horizon. A good working knowledge of C and/or C++ is essential.

Starting as soon as possible, this role would suit Computer Science or Maths graduates. We aim to recruit bright, hard working people willing to muck in with challenging tasks they may not have met before.

In return, we provide a decent salary, free food including a pub lunch on Mondays, interesting work, a Playstation 3, proper flexitime and occasional soft toys.

Sound fun? Contact Richard Watts for further details.

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