Senior Windows Developer

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Senior Windows Developer
Austin, Texas - Seattle, Washington - Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA State College, Pennsylvania, USA - London, UK - Bangalore, IN Pune, IN

Position Description:         

CD-adapco is seeking software development professionals with C++ experience in the development of core architecture and API components to contribute to our flagship multi-physics software, STAR-CCM+.  As a member of an experienced team, your responsibility will be to ensure efficient operation and good scaling of both new and existing code on parallel platforms.

The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in computer science, math or engineering, although exceptional BS candidates will also be considered.  Experience in the following areas is desired:

  • Expert in Windows operating systems internals, process handling, and network programming
  • Experience with Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Expert in Microsoft Visual C++
  • Solid understanding of build process, compiler flags (we run on Windows and Linux)
  • Cross-compiling for different system architectures
  • Experience with customized tool-chain and build environments
  • commercial development of large scale object oriented software
  • development and maintenance of core architecture and API components
  • scientific computing
  • expert in C++ and object oriented development

In our search, we will give preferential consideration to those candidates with experience in any of the following areas:

Experience with Microsoft HPC Server

  • engineering simulation software
  • expertise in writing cohesive, well-structured code
  • an understanding of computer architecture/hardware (particularly parallel) as it relates to both high level HPC design and low-level optimization
  • ability to work both independently and as part of a distributed team

All qualified applications should be made by e-mailing a CV/resume to  Please reference Senior Windows Developer KF-SWD-123 multiple locations” in the subject line.