Vectorworks

Software Engineer (MAC)

US-MD-Columbia
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-1020
Category
Engineering

Overview

What’s in it for you?

 

Vectorworks, Inc. is looking for a talented self-motivated Macintosh Engineer to build for Mac customers using our leading CAD package sold in 85 countries around the world.

 

We support a wide range of development areas, including 2D and 3D graphics, rendering, imaging, Mac specific development, embedded worksheet, native text engine, localization, digital terrain modeling, industry-specific components, internal support systems, and much more.

 

It’s an exciting time to join the Vectorworks family, and if you are looking for an opportunity to have a lasting impact on a growing team, we hope you’ll take the time to learn more about this opportunity!

Responsibilities

In this role, you should expect to:

 

  • Design, develop and maintain user features and support systems for our CAD package.
  • Implement projects according to design.
  • Test and debug features and systems.
  • Peer review code.
  • Collaborate and provide technical assistance to others.
  • Perform competitive analysis when necessary.

 

Why do you want this job? Because you are:

 

  • A Mac enthusiast that has worked on a range of Mac applications.
  • Driven to create high quality client facing products for our Mac customers.
  • A curious problem solver that builds elegant innovative solutions.

Qualifications

Why do we want you? Because you have:

 

  • A Bachelor of Science or a Master of Science degree in Computer Science or a related field.
  • 5 or more years of experience.
  • Proficiency with Objective-C, C++, Cocoa, and Xcode.
  • Intimate knowledge of Mac OS X development environments and tools.
  • The ability to evaluate new and existing Apple technologies and make recommendations for application improvements.
  • Strong oral, written and interpersonal skills.

 

Vectorworks Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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