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Matlab Engineer – 1 Day from home

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Hertfordshire Contract / 12 months £35 - £40 per hour

MatLab / Hadoop / SQL / Simulation

FLEXI TIME – ONE DAY FROM HOME

My client is looking for an experience software engineer for a 12 month + project, the aim will be to create replica simulations of supply chain processes. The successful candidate will have MatLab and software development experience.

To be considered for this role you must have;

– Software Engineering / Development experience
– MatLab experience
– Experience with Hadoop (advantageous)

More information is going to be provided to all suitable candidates

Job Reference: GA/MAT

Salary: £35 - £40 per hour

Salary per: Hour

Job Duration: 12 months

Job Start Date: ASAP

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