C Developer - Embedded Graphics - C, Assembler, DirectX, OpenGL ES, OpenVG, OpenCL, Android

to £60k
14 Feb 2013
14 Mar 2013
Specialist Area
Embedded Systems, Software
Contract Type
Full Time

Summary: C, Assembler, DirectX, OpenGL ES, OpenVG, OpenCL , Android, Windows Phone, Cambridge, to £60k + benefits.

Global company with UK based design centres focussed on developing IC cores and associated software.  This is a new role for Senior or Principal Software Engineer to work as part of an extremely strong technical team developing software for our multimedia processor. You will join the graphics group based in Cambridge which designs drivers for their leading edge multimedia chips.

As the C Developer – Embedded Graphics you will have a good technical degree from a top university and significant experience developing embedded graphics driver software.

You will have gained industry experience of at least three of the following:
•    C and assembler development on an embedded platform
•    Driver development for graphics standards such as OpenGL ES or DirectX
•    Driver development and experience with GPGPU compute languages
•    Working with embedded operating systems such as Android or Windows Phone
•    Working closely with IC designers and hardware engineers
An excellent opportunity to work in a company created by engineers who hire, inspire and develop the very best people in the industry. The company is setup with small teams of smart people focused on solving difficult challenges and delighting customers on a regular basis. Their large scale SoC developments are innovative, first to market with the highest level of functional integration targeted at the multimedia market.

Keywords: C, Assembler, DirectX, OpenGL ES, OpenVG, OpenCL , Android, Windows Phone, ISP, Image processors, multimedia.

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