C++ Automation Engineer


Easy Consult has stood for quality and innovation on the Bulgarian Human Resources Solutions market with uncompromised recognition since 2004. Throughout the years, we have accumulated thorough understanding for a wide range of businesses - from Retail and E-commerce through Production, Services or Transportation and Logistics. Always alert to external environment, Easy Consult has ensured a full functional expertise and successfully built up an IT Recruitment team of skilled and technically aware professionals in addition to its Non-IT Recruitment business line.
No matter if you are a well-trained blue collar worker, a highly qualified expert or a recognized manager in your area, our team in Sofia, Varna and Plovdiv is committed to be more than a “business contact” in your pursuit of the desired job satisfaction and career success.

For one of our clients, a leading provider of end-to-end enterprise communications, we are currently looking for a talented and motivated professional for the position of C++ Automation Engineer

Main requirements:

• At least 2 years of experience with C++
• Familiarity with relational databases (MySQL, MSSQL, Oracle, etc.)
• Good understanding of Data Structures, Algorithms, and Object-Oriented design
• Very good English language skills
• Experience with Linux or UNIX deployments is an advantage

The company’s offer:

• Opportunity for a company training at the company’s headquarters in the USA
• Competitive package and benefit
• Become a part of a talented C++ developers’ team
• Challenging and dynamic working environment
• Excellent opportunities for both personal and professional growth

If you are interested in further exploring this career opportunity, please send your CV in English to plamena.tsvetanova@easyconsultbg.com

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. All applications will be treated in strict confidentiality.

Easy Consult Recruitment and Employment activities are based on a Recruitment license № 792 issued on 23.08.2007, valid until 23.07.2012