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Working with the Software Development leadership, the Graphics Programmer identifies, innovates and solves complex challenges for both real-time and offline use. Their focus is high level and forward looking with a demonstrated ability to prioritize, partner, and implement new and improved technologies with Mixed Reality and Game Engines. They have advanced skills with C++ required for research and development.
- Leverages current technology research and development trends to innovate and advance Scanline’s graphics feature development
- Develops new and enhances existing graphics technologies (rendering, lighting, shadows, shaders, etc.) state-of-the-art components and applications for mission-critical, high performance, and globally distributed systems
- Gathers requirements across large collaboration efforts that span multiple departments and/or disciplines
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
- Minimum five (5) years of advanced experience with C/C++ or C#
- Minimum five (5) years of experience in Gaming, VFX and/or other professional software development environment
- Advanced knowledge of Mixed Reality rendering techniques
- In-depth knowledge in advanced mathematics, linear algebra and understanding of data structures and algorithms
- Experience with multithreaded programming
- Understanding of 3D graphics and shader programming languages
- GPU and CPU profiling experience
- Experience with DirectX12 and other modern graphics or compute APIs
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Experience with agile methodology, test methodology, test-driven development, source control management, and automated testing
We offer extended medical, disability and dental insurance.
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Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $53,418.00-$116,249.00 per year
- Dental care
- Extended health care
- DevOps: 1 year (preferred)
- Temporarily due to COVID-19