Geographic Information System (GIS) Developer (C++/Java/C)

Rice Technology
  • Post Date: 06-02-2019
  • Apply Before: 06-03-2019
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Job Overview

Do you have experience in developing applications in C, C++ or Java for geographic information system (GIS) and third-party applications?

One of the newest and fastest growing defence contractors in the UK has an immediate requirement for a Senior Java Developer/Senior Software Engineer to support R&D teams in product development of unmanned aerial vehicles based near Milton Keynes.

You will work in a fast-paced prototyping/demonstration environment and be constantly challenged to stretch and expand your skills into new areas.

In this role, you will work in multidisciplinary teams in a matrix management structure giving you the opportunity to expand your skills and experience into many different technical areas and you will be at the forefront of innovating technologies.

We are looking for an enthusiastic engineer keen to join a close-knit team working on cutting edge technology – your role would include analysis and preparation of GIS data for use in multiple applications and the creation of spatial data and building databases. 

Work will also involve aspects of Luciad software, liaising with data suppliers to build partnerships and collaborations, developing 3D terrain and building models using image and lidar point cloud data.

Highly desirable skills include an in-depth understanding of the use of GIS data in a wide range of industries and applications, an understanding of both civilian and military geo Intelligence, understanding of image processing (such as mosaicking) and projection of imagery on a terrain.  Also use of other GIS/modelling software packages such as ESRI, AGI STK, VBS3, TITAN and an understanding of Live Virtual and Constructive (LVC) modelling and simulation concepts would be very useful.

The salary will depend on experience and will be between £40,000- £65,000.

To find out more and apply please immediately send your CV.