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MatLab Engineer


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

MatLab / MathWorks / SQL / Code / Development / Engineer /

A company within the retail industry are looking to bring on board an experienced Software Engineer. You will be working on a project designed to create a digital replica of supply chain process. This project will last a minimum of 12 months and my client is offering the opportunity to work 1 day from home.

To be considered for this role you must have;

– Software Engineering / Development experience
– MatLab skills & working experience
– Engineering degree is advantageous
– Experience working on similar simulation projects is advantageous

If this role sounds of interest, please apply to this advert so we can speak in more detail

Job Reference: GAMatlab

Salary: £35 - £40 per hour

Salary per: Hour

Job Duration: 12 months

Job Start Date: ASAP

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