Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd

C# Software Engineer

UK-OXF-Grove
3 weeks ago
Job ID
2425
# Positions
1

Overview

We are seeking an experienced C# Software Engineer to assist our race strategy team. The successful candidate will be expected to assist in the expansion, development and maintenance of strategic simulation software, and support during Formula One race championship events.

 

Key Responsibilities will include:

 

  • Development of new and existing GUIs
  • Expansion of server / database architecture
  • Working closely with the race strategy group to ensure accuracy of output

 

Skills and experience required for this role include:
 
  • Proficiency in writing C# within Visual Studio
  • Expertise in developing state-of-the-art GUIs
  • Strong communication and analytical skills
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines often under pressure

 

Beneficial attributes include:

 

  • C++ / C++ CLI familiarity and unit testing exposure would be advantageous
  • Background in engineering or mathematical simulation tool development would be beneficial

 

Based at our campus in Grove, Oxfordshire, set in spacious grounds with free onsite parking, Williams offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive range of benefits, which include: a free onsite gym and exercise classes, onsite osteopathy, company pension scheme, private medical insurance, a health cash plan, life assurance and long term disability insurance. In addition, employees receive 25 days’ holiday (this is increased at certain service points), benefit from a subsidised canteen and have access to Mercedes and Jaguar Land Rover car schemes along with other fantastic voluntary benefits.

 

Please Note: Due to the Volume of applications we receive on a daily basis we cannot guarantee your application will be acknowledged or considered unless you have applied directly via our website www.williamsf1.com/careers. STRICTLY NO AGENCIES

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