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At nTop, we are passionate about building next-generation engineering solutions. We enable the most innovative engineering companies in the world to transform how they develop, test, and manufacture better products faster. Our software has been used to engineer mission-critical satellites, deliver stronger and lighter medical devices for patients in need, and allow engineers to create complex, high-performance products never before possible.  And our technology enables companies to fully utilize advanced manufacturing methods like 3D Printing.
 
If a fast-paced, collaborative and high-performing environment excites you, we'd love for you to join us. We are looking to add smart ambitious teammates who are passionate about problem-solving and passionate about technology.
 

Overview:

nTop is hiring for a Geometry Software Engineer. The role of the Geometry Software Engineer is to build high-quality innovative software features for nTop Platform, our next generation design engineering system, in order to create and process complex generative design geometry consisting of a combination of prismatic shapes, organic shapes, and volumetric micro-structures. The Geometry Software Engineer will analyze software requirements to identify geometry processing requirements, research and evaluate suitable mathematical solutions, translate mathematical solutions into well designed data structures and algorithms, and implement and maintain them with high quality code.

This role reports to the Sr Engineering Manager, Geometry.

Responsibilities: 

  • Work with product and sales teams to translate customer needs into technical solutions
  • Design and implement geometry processing algorithms to develop and maintain advanced modeling, analysis, and manufacturing software features
  • Participate in full software development life cycle (SDLC)
  • Integrate software components into a fully functional software system
  • Comply with project plans
  • Prepare clear documentation as needed to prepare reports, presentations, etc.

Requirements: 

  • Master’s degree or higher in computer science, mathematics, or related field with a focus on geometry processing
  • Strong geometry/mathematics background demonstrated via publications, industry projects, or masters thesis or similar projects 
  • Proven experience in C and C++
  • Experience with a scripting language like JavaScript or Python and eagerness to learn other languages 
  • Experience with git or other modern version control systems
  • A passion for robust development practices including test-driven development, continuous integration and agile methodologies
  • Excited to work in a fast-paced, team oriented environment
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English

Preferred: 

  • Experience in developing computer aided design/manufacturing systems
  • Experience with graphics programming using OpenGL, GLSL, or other graphics APIs
  • Experience with general purpose GPU programming
  • Experience using commercial or industry grade geometry processing libraries (e.g., Parasolid, CGAL, OpenVDB) and software systems (e.g., Solidworks, NX, CATIA, etc.)
  • Knowledge of modern simulation and optimization applications such as topology optimization
  • Knowledge of additive manufacturing is a plus
 
Compensation: $100,000-125,000 annually, depending on experience
 
At this time, nTop can only hire US employees who reside in the following states:
California, Connecticut, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina,  Ohio,  Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington
 
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