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R&D Engineer II

R&D Engineer II
by Admin on 05-16-2022 at 3:46 pm

Website ANSYS

Summary / Role Purpose

The R&D Engineer II is responsible for the development of software products and supporting systems. In this role, the R&D Engineer II will use advanced technical and problem-solving skills to help the team tackle complex issues, satisfy customer requirements, and accomplish development objectives. The candidate must possess a thorough knowledge of cross-platform technologies.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Build a solid understanding of the code and the team’s software development processes.
  • Deliver code that meets requirements on schedule. Ensure that code is efficient, scalable, maintainable, extensible, robust, and easy to understand.
  •  Create unit, regression and/or system-level tests to thoroughly validate new features or changes.
  • Communicate clearly and work closely with manager, technical leads and other engineers to refine solutions and to describe changes that may affect others.
  • Learn and follow best practices in software engineering
  • Participates in planning, architecture and research

Minimum Education/Certification Requirements and Experience

  • BE/B.Tech. or ME/M.Tech.in Computer Science or related field, with 3-5 years’ experience
  • 5-year experience in C#/C++ with broad and deep understanding of the language
  • Working knowledge of the Linux operating system
  • Strong background in data structures, algorithms, and debugging
  • Ability to learn quickly, understand complex systems and to work closely with others
  • Ability to complete high-quality work on time

Preferred Qualifications and Skills

  • Experience in a large-scale commercial software development environment
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to learn quickly and to collaborate with others in a geographically distributed team
  • Linux experience is desirable
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To view the job application please visit careers.ansys.com.

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