Software Development

  • Job Reference: 00000165-1
  • Date Posted: 4 September 2019
  • Recruiter: EMS technical personnel limited
  • Location: London
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Engineering & Technology, Broadcasting
  • Job Type: Contract

Job Description

Software Development


Our client, a global leader in digital solutions has a requirement for a developer to join the team initially on a contract basis with a view to a permanent position going forward in the longer term. Good knowledge of the broadcast/media environment is essential. Key skills will include:




  • Experience of real time event driven programming
  • Experience of development using C++ and/or C# and .net
  • Familiar with use of version control systems e.g. bitbucket, SVN
  • Able to work autonomously to a given brief
  • Good understanding of communication standards and protocols (Serial, TCPIP, SNMP, XML)




  • Understanding of database and web development technologies
  • knowledge of XML, JSON
  • Knowledge of configuration management 
  • Experience of GUI development
  • Experience of working in an Agile environment, and the use of associated tools, e.g. Confluence, JIRA
  • Ability to capture user requirements
  • Familiar with resilient architectures and clustering techniques



General Essential


  • Knowledge of one of the following:- 
  • broadcast control platforms (BNCS, VSM etc) (most ideal) 
  • Industrial control systems e.g. SCADA (less ideal but realistic) 
  • Industrial IoT (least ideal but workable)
  • Ability to work as part a team across multiple geographic locations (offshore but may include travel to Europe for customer deployments if need be)
  • Good written and spoken English
  • Ability to write detailed documentation




  • Experience with Broadcast (ideal) or Telco Technology 
  • Able to utilise MS excel and databases to create and generate datamodels
  • Knowledge of IT networking technologies (routers/switches, routing tables, addressing models, cloud, virtualisation)


Please visit us at: IBC 2019 - Hall 1 B09




Alan Hatvany

020 8948 9406