We are looking for an experienced C++ software engineer who is good at abstract thinking and algorithm design. Knowledge of compilers, software testing and verification tools is a plus. You will join our core development team to develop innovative model coverage analysis features that deliver seamless automated coverage analysis workflows for our customers. This position offers you a great opportunity to learn many of our core technologies and apply your design and implementation skills to build parts of our product from ground up.
- Architect, design and implement high-quality scalable software features
- Participate in architecture and design reviews
- Collaborate with cross-functional product development teams
- Engage with customer facing engineers to gather requirements and deliver features that provide novel customer workflows
- Demonstrated experience in/with C++
- Knowledge of object oriented design
- A bachelor's degree and 3 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree) is required.
- Experience with compiler or code generation technologies
- Experience with software testing and verification tools and techniques
- Experience with a large code base
- Excellent written and verbal communication
At MathWorks, we express who we are as an organization through our guiding principle, our mission, and our core values. Developed over time, each represents a philosophy or goal that is intrinsically important to the organization.
Our guiding principle is "Do the Right Thing." This means doing what is best for our staff members, customers, business partners, and communities for the long term, and believing that "right" answers exist. It also means measuring our success, not merely in financial terms, but by how consistently we act according to this principle. Our mission and core values express what "doing the right thing" means in our day-to-day work.
Our mission articulates our goals as a company and how we go about achieving them. Our core values set out the principles that define who we are and how we work together. We invite you to explore these two different ways of understanding MathWorks.