Embedded Signal Processing Engineer
Engineering and R&D | Remote | Full Time
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Digimarc is seeking an Embedded Signal Processing Engineer who values intellectual challenge, good judgment, and sound technical abilities in equal measure.
As an engineer in a small, fast-paced team, this individual will be responsible for development of embedded software. Working collaboratively, the engineer will participate in all phases of software development including requirements, design, implementation, debugging, unit tests and documentation. The engineer will work with researchers and other embedded systems engineers to convert reference models to product-ready software. The core focus is the implementation of algorithms related to content identification technologies (digital watermarking, 1D and 2D barcodes, etc.) to enable innovative applications. Limited travel may be required.
Throughout our work, positive collaboration with other developers, QA staff, researchers, product management, and partners is essential to success.
WHAT YOU WILL DO…
- Deliver correct, stable, and high-performance solutions in C++
- Implement, test, and deliver new algorithms in 1D and 2D signal processing
- API design for internal and external Digimarc customers
- Aid integration with third-party embedded systems products
- Command-line tool development for Windows, Linux, or Mac as needed
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR…
- 2+ years of team software development experience
- BSEE, BSCS, or other strong mathematical education
- Experience with signal processing algorithms
- Enjoys learning new algorithms and internalizing their meaning
- Possesses strong technical curiosity, is self-motivated, collaborative, and able to prioritize tasks
- Experienced with performance measurement and optimization of mathematical algorithms
- Effective C++ development, test, and debugging skills in embedded systems
- Familiarity with general-purpose scripting languages
- Adept at modern source control, unit test, and continuous integration workflows
- Active learner of emerging technologies, best practices, and robust architectures
- Demonstrates clear spoken and written communications skills
- Alignment with the core Digimarc values of Innovation, Caring, Loyalty, Integrity, Commitment, and Knowledge in a dynamic working environment.
- Experience with ARM NEON, Intel AVX, or other SIMD instruction sets
- Interest in digital watermarking technology
Digimarc is seeking diverse applicants. We are an equal opportunity employer who considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected factor.
This job posting is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.