Online applications are invited for the post of C++ Software Engineer at MathWorks, Bangalore. Check the details below!
MathWorks believe in the importance of engineers and scientists. They increase human knowledge and profoundly improve our standard of living. MathWorks created MATLAB and Simulink to help them do their best work. MATLAB is the easiest and most productive computing environment for engineers and scientists. Math, graphics, and programming, it’s designed for the way you think and the work you do.
You will work as a member of a talented and highly motivated team on advancing a core technology of Simulink called Variants. Simulink Variants enable users to effectively design, manage and implement via automatic code generation, large complex system models. The technology is widely used in the design of every-day-systems (such as cars) to advanced systems (such as space vehicles).
In this position, you will apply your software engineering skills to develop a paradigm for managing large systems with variation across different aspects, such as, structure, data, and tests. This requires development skills in modern C++ to build scalable and performant solutions..
- You will be responsible for all stages of software development including requirements specifications, design, architecture, implementation, and testing.
- You will work with cross functional teams including customer facing engineers and user experience specialists to design and implement tools based on customer workflows.
- You will leverage your communication and inter-personal skills with a cross-functional team to deliver high quality features.
- A bachelor’s degree and 3 years of professional work experience (or a master’s degree, or equivalent experience) is required.
- Broad comprehension of common design patterns, idioms, and styles
- Ability to document designs (UML a plus)
- Programming experience in graphical user interfaces is a plus
- Good communication and organizational skills
How to Apply?
Interested candidates can apply directly via this link.