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21. March 2022
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Furuno is searching for a Software Developer (C++) to join the R&D unit of 10 developers in Espoo.
The team is responsible for the development of PC-based marine software such as navigation and surveillance systems used in smaller boats as well as in the largest vessels. In the position you will work with versatile full-stack tasks utilizing geodata, sensor fusion, graphics and communications. Depending on your skills and areas of interest you will get to participate in all stages of the software development from defining the requirements and planning the architecture to UI development, data processing, building API’s and test automation. Our main technology stack includes C++, Qt, Linux and Python.
You may be an experienced developer or still in the beginning of your career, as long as you have gathered experience in backend development using C++ and Linux. Most importantly you are excited about building nautical software in addition to having the high motivation to constantly learn more amongst Furuno’s group of experts. We are preferably looking for a full-time developer, but a part-time role can be negotiated if that suits your situation better.
At Furuno, with the support of your colleagues, you will become an expert in marine IT. We are proud of our own unique products and feel committed to our work. Here you can truly make an impact on product development in the maritime industry. Your final role will be adaptable depending on your preferences and areas of expertise.
We offer you:
Possibility to work in a truly global company developing software for professional use
A great chance to learn and work in the marine industry with a skilled team
Own workroom at the office
Competitive salary and flexibility with working hours
Possibility to work with versatile tasks in navigation, graphics, UI and data processing
A chance to receive mentoring from experts in the field and grow professionally - depending on your skills and motivation, you’ll have a chance to get more responsibility in the projects and client collaboration.
We require from you:
Work or internship experience in backend development with C++
Familiarity with Linux
Analytical mindset and motivation for product development
Fluent skills in English
We consider as an asset:
Relevant studies in software development/engineering
Programming skills in Python
Fluent skills in Finnish
In this position, you will be employed directly by Furuno. Security clearance will be conducted with the chosen candidate. Furuno’s office is located in Espoo and there are remote working possibilities but the work requires readiness to visit the office occasionally. The candidate should be based in Finland, as we do not offer relocation.
Sounds interesting? Please submit your CV or LinkedIn profile (cover letter optional) by the latest 3.4.2022 via our application system. Feel free to also mention your salary request, possible GitHub-profile (or similar), and the earliest possible starting date in your application documents.
Recruitment process:
Phone interview
Video- or face-to-face interview
Technical home assignment
Recruitment decision
For more information about the position and the recruitment process contact aTalent’s Senior Recruitment Manager Mikko Lahti (+358 400 495 946, mikko.lahti(at)atalent.fi).
Furuno Finland Oy, a subsidiary owned by Japanese Furuno Electric Co, Ltd, is the largest marine electronics supplier and importer in Finland. Our strategic R&D unit in Espoo makes us unique in the global Furuno Group. Furuno Finland Oy has been awarded by Kauppalehti with Menestyjä (Achiever) certificate for several years.
Furuno Finland imports, supplies and provides installation and maintenance of navigation, communication and fish finding equipment as well as systems at home and abroad. Our product range includes solutions for foreign and domestic shipping companies, various authorities, shipyards and boatyards. You can familiarize yourself with Furuno here: https://www.furuno.fi/ .

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