Vectorworks

Windows Engineer (MFC, C++, Remote)

Job Locations US
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/5/2022 11:31 AM)
Job ID
2022-1781
Category
Engineering

Overview

3D Graphics Software. Design Inustry. MFC C++. 

 

You are a Windows enthusiast that has worked on a range of Windows Applications and a curious problem solver motivated to create high quality client facing products. You seek a highly collaborative environment that focuses on innovation for a global user base. 

 

Responsibilities

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 talented self-motivated Windows Engineer to build features for Windows customers that use our CAD package in over 100 countries around the world.

 

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

 

You will make an impact by:

 

• Designing, developing and maintaining user features and support systems for our CAD package.
• Implementing projects according to design.
• Testing and debugging features and systems.
• Peer reviewing code.
• Collaborating with and providing technical assistance to others.
• Performing competitive analysis when necessary.

Qualifications

About you:

 

• A Bachelor of Science or a Master of Science degree in Computer Science or a related field.
• 5 + years of experience in software development.
• Proficiency with MS Visual Studio, MFC, Win32 API, C++ Standard Library.
• Familiarity with C++14/17 standard and multi-threaded programming.
• Proven oral, written and interpersonal skills.

 

 

Vectorworks Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

 

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