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  • New! CLOSING DATE:
    31 Jul 2017

    Test and IT Infrastructure Engineer

    Salary – (dependent on experience) Job Type – Permanent. Applicants will have the opportunity to explore and implement new testing and deployment technologies. Key Responsibilities: Maintenance and upgrade of existing test systems to support SeeByte’s solutions and products. Capturing and addressing needs of project and product groups. Ensuring best testing and deployment practices are followed. Assessing new technology which would benefit the company. Required skills: Bash/Windows Command Shell knowledge. Linux/Windows OS administrative experience Maven, CMake, MSBuild, Docker. Package Management systems including Debian, RPM, NuGet. Good grasp of Networking and IT Security issues. Strong communication skills.

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  • New! CLOSING DATE:
    22 Jun 2017

    Researcher

    We are looking for a Researcher who will be an integral part of the team in the field of optical attocell networking.  This role will involve experience of product development and project management and offer support to different areas within the business.

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  • CLOSING DATE:
    31 Jul 2017

    Software Engineer

    Salary – £24,000 to £32,000 + pension scheme and bonuses. Job Type – Permanent. The successful applicant will join a team of experienced engineers working on SeeTrack, the leading technology used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Clearance Divers around the world, to achieve success in managing their off-board assets during dangerous and demanding missions.

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GSK

11 Jan 2017

Attracting industry leaders 

In February, there was further evidence of Scotland’s ability to attract global businesses in the life sciences sector, with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) announcing plans to create 55 new jobs at its newly-expanded penicillin manufacturing plant in Irvine, North Ayrshire. .

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