Our client is looking for a high calibre scientific software developer with excellent programming skills in C++ to join their select software team working on fluid flow modelling. The role will involve developing numerical schemes, building code in C++ and subsequently assisting end-users in the commercial environment.
A critical part of this role will be to develop and optimise high performance parallel implementations of algorithms using large computing clusters.
This role requires a PhD in maths, physics or engineering with evidence of strong programming skills; it is open to fresh PhD through to more senior experienced developers.
- PhD level maths, physics or engineering with a first degree from a top university
- Minimum of a 2.1 degree in maths, physics or engineering from a top university
- Demonstrable and excellent programming skills in C++
- Fluid flow modelling
- The ability to work alongside other software developers in a coherent team
The following attributes would also be of interest:
- Experience with parallel architectures – MPI, multi-threading
- Knowledge of the complete software development life-cycle
You could be part of this select team, based in purpose-built offices in Oxford; they have secure financial backing from a large multi-national parent organisation.
Keywords: Software, C++, PhD, maths, physics, algorithms, HPC, parallel, modelling, multi-threading, Oxford
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