Sr. C++ Numerics Engineer

Boston, MA | Direct Hire

Post Date: 09/22/17 Job ID: 68318 -TJ Industry or Function: Engineer Compensation: $ 100,000 to $ 150,000

JOB #: 68318 -TJ

KEY WORDS: semiconductor, 3D, C++

JOB DESCRIPTION: Our Client builds innovative software products to solve semiconductor technology challenges. Their 3D modeling software is revolutionizing the way that semiconductor chips are fabricated around the world. Enabled by their core intellectual property – an accelerated 3D voxel modeling and visualization engine – their software is evolving fast as their business and customer base expands rapidly.

Job Duties:
• Research, prototype and characterize numerical methods for simulation of physical phenomena associated with fabrication and/or behavior of nano-scale semiconductor devices
• Implement new numerical methods in C++, using and extending existing modeling infrastructure and APIs
• Optimize algorithms for speed, including profiling and parallel implementation
• Participate in general software engineering tasks, including verification, testing, bug fixing and maintenance of existing code

Salary Range and Bonus Potential:
• $ 100,000 to $ 150,000
• Bonus: 10% - 20 % Depending on experience level.

• 3 weeks’ vacation to start, 4 weeks after 5 years cap at 20 days
• 401K match up to 3%
• Vision, Dental, Life
• Laid Back Culture –Casual office
• Flex hours – remote up to 2 days per week
• Performance bonus

Job Requirements:
• Direct experience in implementation of numerical physics simulation algorithms in three dimensions (FVM, FEM, FDM, etc.)
• Direct experience with Newton’s method for solution of non-linear partial differential equations
• Strong C++ coding skills, including use of the standard template library
• Variety of few different Algorithms or SW Technologies
• Strong math skills, including a thorough knowledge of linear algebra and calculus
• Desire to collaborate, contribute to, and learn from a team

Educational Requirements:
• PhD in Electrical Engineering or equivalent, with focus on numerical physics


Jill Martinelli

I have the coolest job in the world! Defined: Recruit (1635-45); < French, stem of recruter, derivative of recrue new growth. I love this definition – it’s focus is on new growth. I help individuals, departments and organizations grow! As an industry generalist I have the opportunity to learn about the latest technology in real time and converse with the most intelligent, creative and educated people in their respective fields. What a gift to be able to learn from my clients and candidates who keep me current and ahead of industry technology trends while helping them grow their careers and teams. I cut my recruiting teeth by staffing Qualcomm Assemblers (I earned a Soldering Certificate – trained by Qualcomm’s then Production Manager) to Engineering and everything in between. I believe my greatest strength lies in my ability to learn a company and its products as if I work for them- because I do! This leads to the opportunity to build their teams across multi-disciplines, Engineering, Sales & Marketing, Quality, Materials, Operations and Management/C-Level, across multiple industries. (Medical device, Electronics, Green technology, DOD and Scientific) I have helped numerous startups as well as mature corporations grow their teams. My network of contacts has been built over 25 years and has proved invaluable as a resource in finding the best of the best for companies and candidates. Originally from Buffalo, NY (Go Bills!) I earned my BS from SUNY Oswego in Elementary Education (comes in handy as I do a lot of coaching!)
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