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Old 21 Jan 2010, 02:41 AM   #1
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Default H264 / mpeg 2 developer role - contract - london/bucks, uk

My client is looking for a highly skilled senior developer to work on a contract basis for a three month period initially, with potential for extension for up to 2 years. This is a fantastic opportunity offering a highly competitive hourly rate to work on the development of a system chip that will revolutionise Digital Broadcasting.

Job Description:

· Develop H.264 and MPEG-2 codec software - required to fully understand and write algorithms

Skills
Technical Skills – Mandatory:

. Deep experience with video encode and decode (H.264 and MPEG 2)
· Significant relevant full life cycle software development experience in C or C++, very good experience in embedded software.
· Proven history of multi processor embedded code development.
· An appreciation of hardware. Detailed (designer) hardware knowledge is not required, but the applicant will need to program low-level code.
· Excellent high level design, coding and troubleshooting skills.
· A history of developing software products to high quality on time.
· A solid understanding of software development approaches and knowledge of how and when to apply them successfully.

Technical Skills – Desirable:

· Familiar with code development under Linux and the gnu software development tools.
· Familiar with code development under Windows and Visual Studio software development tools.
· Proficient with SVN or other source control tools.
· Ability to understand and maintain make files.
· Good appreciation of parallel, DSP or VLSI computer architectures.

Other Skills:

· Enthusiastic, proactive, imaginative & self-motivated.
· Team player, with effective organisational skills and the ability to execute multiple projects simultaneously.
· Excellent written & verbal communication skills are required for the role.

Please contact me immediately should you wish to apply for this role. You can apply by sending a copy of your CV.

Regards,

Sam Whitmore
s(dot)whitmore(at)computerfutures(dot)com
T: +44 (0)207 446 6730





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