Physicist /Software Developer

Job Type Permanent
Location Oxford
Area Oxfordshire, England
Sector SoftwareSoftware - Windows
Salary £25000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus
Currency GBP
Start Date ASAP
Advertiser Jamie Harris
Job Ref 12009JH
Description
2 Software Developer vacancies requiring strong physics and/or mathematics to work at the forefront of physics simulations used by organisations throughout the world.  You will join a small team of software developers and physicists pushing the boundaries of physical equations.  This is a very challenging role and you will need to be able to think creatively to solve numerical, mathematical and programmatic problems. An exceptionally capable candidate will have the opportunity to advance to a senior role in the company and take on substantial product responsibilities.

Physicist /Software Developer requirements:
  • 1st class or 2.1 degree in Physics or Mathematics (MSc, PhD highly desirable)
  • A level grade A in Physics or Maths
  • Some programming experience (ideally C++)
  • Interest in solving physical equations, numerical methods
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Position: Physicist /Software Developer
Location: Oxford
Salary: £25-45k
Benefits: bonus
Key Skills: Strong Maths/Physics skills, numerical methods
Desirable skills: C++, Windows, photonics,
Apply: jamie AT enterpriserecruitment DOT com
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