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0503 - Senior C++ Developer (Linux)

Kyiv, Ukraine
Full-Time

Our client is a premier provider of innovative unified communications solutions that empower businesses to collaborate effectively. It is the only product company to provide an all-in-one IP business phone system that integrates voice, video, data, and mobility. It is headquartered in Silicon Valley, California with offices around the world and development office in Kiev, Ukraine. It continues to grow and is looking for talented individuals with product-oriented vision. If you want to use your unique skills, experience, and passion to contribute to a team that is really doing something great, consider a career with our client.

We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to run core development for Virtual, Cloud, and Appliance product lines. The person in this position will be responsible for the major and critical system components, such as internal communication layers, routing and distribution, interpretation, integration and many others.

Requirements:
- Computer Science or Engineering degree
- Strong C/C++ Skills
- Strong Object Oriented Design and Programming Skills
- Strong experience in multithreading programming and synchronization
- Programming with communication Protocols: TCP/IP, UDP
- Programming distributed systems using RPC

Would be a plus:
- Experience in telephony and telecommunications
- Experience with SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)
- Experience with Audio and Video Media processing

Personal requirements:
- Energy and positive-minded
- Excellent social and communication skills
- Team Player

Conditions of work:
- Competitive salary and performance bonus program
- Flexible working hours
- Medical insurance
- Interesting and challenging work for a world-renowned fast growing company
- Opportunities for creativity, self- establishment, professional grows
- A strong team spirit with social activities, regular corporate events, and good teamwork
- English classes

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