Website Stratasys Solutions Limited
Stratasys 3D Printing
Stratasys (www.stratasys.com) is the world’s leading 3D printing company, developing hardware, software and materials that are revolutionizing the way things are designed, prototyped and manufactured. Come and be part of Stratasys, a pioneer in 3D printing. As a Software Engineer, you will be working on cutting-edge software for 3D printing products, including GrabCAD Print and cloud hosted Community and Workbench products.
Who are we looking for?
Someone who is passionate about solving visualization complexities of 3D models using industry-leading technologies like WebGL, OpenGL, React and TypeScript. We are seeking a smart, well-rounded and enthusiastic developers to help design, build and deliver our innovative software solutions. The positions are based in our Cambridge, UK office. **We are open to remote working but you must be residing in the UK**
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Why Join Us? We’ve been at the forefront of 3D printing innovation for more than 25 years. We’re trusted worldwide by leading manufacturers and groundbreaking designers, makers, thinkers and doers. Stratasys is seeking passionate engineers who will play a meaningful role in our next generation of growth. If you want to work somewhere filled with smart, creative and humble people who are passionate about building things, solving problems and collaborating, apply today!
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You will be part of an international team creating a cloud based connectivity and analytics platform to unify different printing technologies into one manageable, extendable and configurable 3D printing ecosystem.
You can work on creating SDK-s for third parties, Device Management software, analytics & reporting or platform connectivity services.
You will be part of building a new platform, designing APIs from scratch for leading 3D Printing enterprise with unlimited access to 3D printers. Most of our software is written in Typescript and C# and is hosted on AWS.
We expect you to be:
- Customer-focused, delivery-focused, smart, flexible, self-starting
We expect you to have:
- 2+ years experience programming in commercial, open-source or academic software
- Ability to work in a scrum environment
- Demonstrated proficiency building software using one or more of listed or comparable technologies: React, TypeScript, OpenGL, WebGL, C#, and Microsoft development tools
- Ability to write testable, resilient, documented code with effective unit and integration tests
We’d love it if you have:
- Experience with modern software development methodologies and tools
- BSc or BA in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Mathematics, or equivalent in engineering, mathematics or computer science
What you will be part of:
A high powered software development team committed to producing world-changing products.
Changing the way engineers and designers work.
Revolutionizing the way things are made
Why you’ll love it here…
- Get to know the latest and future 3D printing solutions
- Participate in work-related conferences and trade shows
- Change the world by enabling innovative applications for 3D printing
- Continuous Integration – TeamCity, Chef, Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, Jenkins
- Scrum – JIRA, Google Docs, Metabase, integrated QA
Friendly and inspiring environment
- Relaxed informal open plan office, in Cambridge city centre
- Fun quarterly team events plus BBQs and social get togethers. Friday pub lunch!
- Free tea, coffee and fruit plus Beer Fridays
- Competitive salary, bonus scheme
- Excellent career development and training opportunities
- Flexible working week
- Death in Service Cover
- Critical Illness Cover
- Income Protection
- Optional Private Healthcare and Dental cover
- 25 days holiday plus a day for your birthday and bank holidays
- 3D printers for development and personal usage
International working experience:
- We work with teams in Estonia, UK, USA and Israel. A collaborative approach is encouraged.
- Highly skilled developers
- Learn, contribute and grow
- Be part of the global manufacturing revolution.
“We shape lives by revolutionizing the way things are made”.
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