User Interaction Engineer (C++)

Job Locations US-MD-Columbia
Posted Date 2 months ago(9/14/2020 1:39 PM)
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What’s in it for you?


Vectorworks Inc. is a global software product company targeting entertainment, architecture and landscape industries with enterprising and intuitive solutions that allow users to create unique designs. We are looking for a User Interaction Engineer who will envision product development and lead projects through completion. You will analyze designs and develop software enhancements and new modules. 


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!


In this role, you should expect to:


  • Consult with internal and external parties to identify customer needs.
  • Research product development options; provide analysis for product direction.
  • Design and development user features and other supporting tasks.
  • Prioritize, plan, and track project process. Identify and raise issues early.
  • Meet feature freeze dates and ship dates with quality.
  • Prioritize incoming bugs and review bug fixes.
  • Perform other job-related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Why do you want this job? Because you are:


  • A driven and forward-thinking engineer.
  • Looking to develop new and progressive features in user facing software.


Why do we want you? Because you have:


  • A Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.
  • 3+ years of experience in software development with progressive leadership responsibilities.
  • Practical knowledge of one or more platforms and operating systems.
  • Solid background in programming languages such as C and C++.
  • Knowledge of computer graphics, architecture, user interface and geometric algorithms.


Extra Credit:

  • Advanced math background.


Vectorworks Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer



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