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3D Graphics Software Engineer (permanent role) - Barcelona, Spain.

This role requires an individual with formal qualifications in computer science and an excellent level of C++ to contribute to the continued development of Aimsun. To qualify for this position, you must have experience using OpenSceneGraph and implementing graphics algorithms. You need to combine strong design, coding and communication skills, experience in meeting commercial deadlines, pride in your work and a love of object-oriented design.

You will work at TSS’s office in Barcelona. You must have a good command of English because we work primarily in that language; fluency in Spanish and/or Catalan will be a strong plus. What is most important is your willingness to integrate yourself in our team.

If you would like to find out more about working for TSS, please send your enquiries to jobs@…

  • Url: http://www.aimsun.com
  • Contact: jobs@…
  • Duration: permanent
  • First posted: 2 March 2010
  • Updated: 2 March 2010

Software Engineer - FT. Worth, Texas, US.

Details:

  • Url: http://www.comforce.com
  • Contact: Martha Couch <mcouch@…>
  • Duration: Full-time
  • First posted: 26th October 2009

Desired qualification/experience:

  • Bachelor Degree or high or equivalent technical expertise through self-study
  • 4 plus years of related job experience
  • Fluent in C++ and OOD programming on Linux and/or Windows
  • Experience with all phases of software development, testing and delivery
  • Experience with real-time graphics APIs such as OpenGL, Performer or OpenSceneGraph
  • Experience developing real-time or time-critical applications. Familiar
  • with open source software development tools and processes
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience with military or commercial Simulators used for training is a plus
  • Experience with 3D modeling and terrain generation tolls such as 3D Studio, MPI Creator and Terrex (Presagis TVP) is a plus Cross-platform development experience is a plus Some experience with embedded RDBMS is a plus
  • Experience with customer support is a plus

Software Engineer with 3D Graphics

SimQuest is looking for an experienced Software Engineer with strong 3D Graphics Experience. This person will be responsible for extending SimQuest’s Surface Wound Mapping™ Software Suite to enable detailed recording and display of facial injuries, including 3D editing of graphical representations of internal injuries. We are looking for a self-motivated and creative individual with a minimum of three years’ experience developing C++ code.

Required Experience

  • Strong C++ Development Experience
  • 3D Graphics Experience
  • OpenSceneGraph Experience
  • Database Development Experience (SQL, MySQL or Oracle)
  • Experience designing and developing graphics algorithms

Desired Experience

  • GUI Authoring (Qt preferred)
  • Visual Studio (Windows) development
  • VTK/ITK

Bonus Experience

  • Medical Applications
  • Medical Data Formats

The position will ideally be located in our Silver Spring (DC) offices, although telecommuting is a possibility for extraordinarily qualified candidates. We offer excellent compensation and benefits. Please send resume to the address below and mention that you saw it on the OpenSceneGraph job board.


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