Siemens Digital Industries Software is seeking an advanced software engineer to contribute to the development of Simcenter STAR-CCM+. Simcenter STAR-CCM+ is a highly scalable, general purpose, multi-physics application that provides an end-to-end user experience with integrated CAD, meshing, physics modeling and in situ post processing tools.
This opening is part of the Technology Stack team, responsible for the development of our web based applications. It is an exciting opportunity to help our users interact with high fidelity simulations running remotely using web based clients.
The position reports to the Technology Stack program manager as part of the Web Framework division of the Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Platform department.
Contribute code as part of a larger team of Software Engineers
Collaborate closely as part of a large, distributed team of developers, testers, and managers
Participate in regularly scheduled team conference calls to contribute ideas to drive innovation in our technology, and to communicate project status
Use systems for managing development including Jira, Confluence, Git, and BitBucket/GitLab
Participate in peer-based code and design reviews
Contribute to the architecture and design of applications in the cloud and on-premise
Mentor team members on existing and emerging web technologies
Participate in root cause analysis
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
3+ years of professional development experience in React
Master’s Degree or commensurate experience in computer science or related field
Proficiency in developing, deploying, and debugging cloud-based applications
Experience with multi-team, collaborative software development including source control and collaborative design and code reviews
Ability to communicate complex technical issues clearly and to present data concisely
Ability to handle multiple tasks with minimal oversight
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Experience with serverless architectures
Familiarity with both Linux & Windows
Preferred, but not required:
GraphQL, Node.js, AWS, Engineering Applications, HPC