Vacancy: Microsoft Research Cambridge is looking for new software engineers

Posted by a.hay on 30 January 2015 - 1:10pm

Microsoft Research is to hold an open evening at its Cambridge headquarters as part of its search for new research software engineers.

The event will take place at Microsoft Research Cambridge on Monday February 2nd 2015 from 5.00pm to 7.00pm, and will feature a chance to meet Microsoft researchers and see demonstrations of their current work. Drinks and refreshments will also be provided.

Software engineers will be able to learn more about Microsoft's current opportunities in these fields, which include openings in all of Microsoft Research's development teams. These presently cover Human Experience and Design, Machine Learning and Perception, Programming Principles and Tools, Systems and Networking and Computational Science.

Since its foundation in 1997, Microsoft Research Cambridge has worked on a wide variety of high profile projects, such as Kinect, Azure Machine True Learning, Xbox Trueskill and .Net Generics.

The ideal candidates for these roles will have skills in C# and C++, commercial experience, excellent communication skills and a degree in computer science, engineering or a related discipline. They will also be enthusiastic, able to work effectively with colleagues and have excellent troubleshooting skills.

In addition to an excellent starter salary and benefits package, successful applicants can also expect their own office, free food and drink, recreational facilities, an onsite gym and free parking.

If you would like to attend, please register at the Open Evening's main site. To apply directly for the software engineer post, go to the Microsoft Careers site for further details.

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