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Computer Engineer Job Description

What is the role of a Computer Engineer?

As a Computer Engineer, you will be responsible for developing and managing software and computer hardware systems to help businesses achieve their goals. The duties of a Computer Engineer range from designing the features and functionality of a program to writing its code, performing tests, and installing updates.

Responsibilities

  • Create, develop, and build computer hardware and software systems

  • Use the available technology and testing tools to conduct a regular hardware analysis of computer hardware and software

  • Attend to all computer-related problems and offer technical assistance to any employees

  • Evaluate the security and protection of the company's cloud storage accounts

  • Check for and install frequent software updates to keep computer equipment up to date

  • Stay current with industry trends and technological advancements to make sure the company is utilising the most recent tools

  • Ensure that hardware and software systems are created to support organisational goals by collaborating with other teams from different departments

  • Create blueprints for new computer equipment and propose them to management

Tech Stack

  • C++

  • JavaScript

  • Java

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Qualifications

  • A degree in computer science, computer engineer or a similar degree is preferred

  • Previous experience as a Computer Engineer or in a similar role

  • Proficiency installing and configuring operating systems

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • A critical thinker with a problem-solving mentality and the ability to think outside the box

  • Knowledge of software design and technology

  • Solid understanding of design analytics, algorithms, and measurement tools

  • Able to work independently and as part of a team to meet set deadlines

  • Experienced with security systems, cloud-based computing, and networking management