Siemens C++ Software Engineer - Advanced in Melville, New York

C++ Software Engineer - Advanced

Multiple Locations:Lebanon, New Hampshire; Bellevue, Washington; Melville, New York; Houston, Texas

Job Family: Research & Development

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Job Description

Division: Digital Factory

Business Unit: Product Lifecycle Management

Requisition Number: 213999

Primary Location: United States-New Hampshire-Lebanon

Other Locations: United States-Texas-Houston, United States-New York-Melville, United States-Washington-Bellevue

Assignment Category: Full-time regular

Experience Level: Senior level

Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree

Travel Required: 5%

Job Description:

Position Overview

Siemens PLM is seeking a Software Engineer to join our team.

The C++ Software Engineer, Advanced , will maintain and enhance our client-server software framework within the STAR-CCM+ product suite. The client-server framework enables the STAR-CCM+ product to offer the highest-performance physics-simulation product in the industry.

This position reports to the Director of Software Framework in the Platform Department of Development.

The Platform Department is part of Siemens Product Lifecycle Management, Simulation and Test Solutions.

Responsibilities:

Overall Responsibility

Enhance and maintain the client-server software framework for the STAR-CCM+ product suite.

Additional Objectives:

Architect new software to create new functionality, enhance existing functionality, and improve user workflows.

Implement code for both new functionality and refactoring enhancements.

Write and maintain technical design documents and new-feature documents.

Write unit tests and functional tests.

Improve the maintainability and extensibility of the STAR-CCM+ software framework.

Collaborate closely with developers, engineers, testers, and product managers.

Participate in peer-based code reviews and design reviews.

Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience

Required education and focus

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a closely related field + 5 years experience, or Master’s degree in Computer Science or a closely related field + 2 years experience.

Required technical experience

Extensive experience (5+ years) in object-oriented software design and development.

Extensive experience working on large, distributed teams and navigating a massive code base.

Intimate familiarity with C++ design patterns and templates.

Experience working on a client-server, desktop application.

Excellent communication and collaboration skills.

Ability to communicate complex technical issues clearly and to present data concisely.

Proficiency at optimizing and benchmarking code for performance and memory.

Comfort in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.

Ability to handle multiple tasks with minimal oversight.

Required amount of travel

Fewer than 10 days per year, mostly domestic.

Preferred knowledge, skills, or expertise

Java programming

STL, Boost, and Git

Successful experience working on large, commercial software products

Functional programming in C++ or other languages

Physics and math

CAD or 3D graphics

Parallel computing

Test-driven / test-first development

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