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3D Graphics Software Engineer - C++, Android, OpenGL

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16 July 2013
13 August 2013
Harry Kang
East of England
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£35000 - £40000 per annum + dependant on experience

Further information

3D Graphics Software Engineer - Android , C++ , Middleware , Rendering , OpenGL

High Importance: Android , Android App development , maintaining graphics engines

- Are you an engineer with strong experience with GPUs and Rendering?
- Do you possess skills in OpenGL, OpenGL ES and 3D modeling?
If you're a software engineer that answered "YES" to the above questions then please read on.

This 3D Graphics Software Engineer position is a unique and challenging role for a very reputable Semiconductor company based in Cambridge. You have to be an engineer who is passionate about developing 3D graphics technology and wanting to know more about Android and Graphics/Gaming engines.

This exciting role allows you to work very closely with UX and UI creative experts; to bring innovative 3D Graphic designs into the real world with complex rendering and modeling.

You as the ideal 3D Graphics Software Engineer will posses a relevant degree and skills in:
- C++, Java
- OpenGL, OpenGL ES
- Android
- 3D Graphics Processing
- GPU and Graphics Engines
- 3D Modeling and Rendering
- Apps Development on Android Platform
- 3D Models and 3D Animation

If you feel that your skills as Graphics engineer match up well and you have extensive experience in GPU, Rendering, Android, 3D modeling and OpenGL, then please email your CV.

Job Summary: mobile and 3D Graphics domain for a technically hands on software Engineer with skills in 3D Graphics, OpenGL, OpenGL ES, 3D modeling, 3D Rendering, Linux, Android, GPU, Anroid App Development, 3D motion, 3D Animation, Widgets, Cambridge, East Anglia, UK.

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