Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Contractor

This an exciting opportunity to build a world-class mixed reality collaborative annotations application for the Magic Leap platform. At Magic Leap, we have a rich roadmap planned for collaborative applications within our spatial computing environment.  

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Job Description

As a primary contributor to our real-time native collaborative applications, the Senior C++ Developer will have a rich technical background that shows depth and breadth of experience as well as a passion for this exciting area of the Magic Leap product. 

 

As one of the first developers in this area, you must have hands-on experience shipping C++ real-time APIs including optimizations and high reliability.  As a self-starter, you will have the opportunity to work in a highly dynamic environment, and to collaborate closely with the User Experience, Architecture, Systems Engineering, and Applications teams. 

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Responsibilities

  • Contribute to and develop the Magic Leap collaborative copresence platform 
  • Build and debug mixed reality frameworks, tools, and applications
  • Track & report on project status, plan architecture and present a technical vision to others
  • Be a subject matter expert and thought leader in data-centric, component-oriented applications and improve alignment with product vision & team
  • Team player who can collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design and ship new features
  • Work on bug fixing and improving application performance
  • Mentor less senior engineers
  • Level up the entire organization through code reviews, architectural reviews, team presentations.
  • Unit-test code for robustness and reliability

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Advantages

 

  • Build the first Collaborative Copresence Application of its kind. 
  • Work in a truly agile environment to build new code and contribute to the future of mixed reality
  • Flexible work hours
  • A diverse work environment with endless opportunities for growth
  • Catered breakfast/lunches on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Skills and Experience

  • Very strong programming skills - extensive experience with C++  required.
  • Deep development experience, with an extensive focus on mobile applications
  • Strong abilities with 3D Math and 3D Graphics and 3D User Experiences
  • Experience programming applications on the Android platform
  • Experience with FirebaseDB or another real-time data-centric cloud platform
  • Ability to learn fast, and deliver quickly and reliably
  • Relentless desire to improve and overcome challenges
  • Experience working with third-party libraries, frameworks, and APIs.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work in a fast-paced small team environment.
  • Solid understanding of the full mobile development life cycle.
  • MS or equivalent experience preferred

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Nice to Haves

  • Experience with parental controls, restrictive technologies, and website filtering
  • Experience with XR: Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality
  • Experience with OpenGL, Unity3D, Qt3D, WPF or other 3D graphics API
  • Experience with rapid development and collaboration using a wiki, chat, and Jira. 
  • Ability to read Japanese

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Location

Sunnyvale, or Fort Lauderdale

Senior Software Engineer (3D Applications) - Employment Details

Full-time, Contract. 6-month initial assignment duration with options for extensions

 

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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