Optimize algorithms & get flextime
Take a deep breath, close your eyes, and visualize your perfect job. If your vision includes computer vision software development, optimizing algorithms on CPU/GPU/FPGA, and benefits like flextime and fully paid medical insurance this Embedded C++ Engineer role is picture perfect!
With a focus on creating highly effective and optimized software and hardware, this successful company has clients across several large industries. If you have experience with C/C++, CUDA, Linux, image processing software development, and at least two years of software development experience you’ll be successful here. But, if you happen to have experience with embedded systems, OpenCV, FPGA development, or machine learning those skills will help you in this position. Develop computer vision applications and systems in a collaborative environment where you’re working with your fellow technical coworkers throughout the development process. You’ll optimize algorithms on CPU/GPU/FPGA and use your knowledge of computer vision software development to deliver exemplary results.
The easiest part of this job: Your medical insurance is 100% paid by the company when you work here and they’ll pay for your family’s medical too!
The hardest part of this job: If you don’t have at least two years of software development experience this isn’t the right job for you.
Optimize algorithms, collaboratively develop computer vision applications and systems, and get great benefits like fully paid medical and flextime in this Embedded C++ Engineer opportunity!
What’s in it for you?
– Competitive Salary ($70,000-$100,000)
– Fully Paid Medical
What you’ll be doing:
– Develop computer vision applications and systems
– Optimize algorithms on CPU/GPU/FPGA
– Collaborate with technical coworkers throughout the development process
What you need:
– Image Processing software development
– 2 years software development experience is a plus
– Embedded System is a plus
– OpenCV is a plus
– FPGA development is a plus
– Machine Learning is a plus