Graphics Engineer at Aurora Solar
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Based in San Francisco, Aurora Solar is a fast-growing Series A company focused on building a clean energy future for all. Aurora makes the software that is enabling society to transition to a world powered by solar power. We want every solar installation in the world to pass through our software, which has already been used to design millions of solar projects. Named “Top 50 Tech Companies to Watch in 2020” by BuiltInSF.com and awarded #1 Solar Software platform by Solar Power World, Aurora is disrupting the energy industry and changing the course of history. We are poised for hockey stick growth and are looking for A-players to come join the fun.
We are looking for a graphics engineer, who will help take our core CAD software, which is used by thousands of solar companies worldwide, to the next level of realism, interactivity, and functionality. If you are interested in bringing cutting-edge rendering and geometry manipulation methods to a fast-growing solar industry and want to help society transition to a more sustainable future, we would love to hear from you!
CAD is the core part of our business and our CAD team is currently still small - only 5 engineering team members. As such, there are still a lot of exciting unsolved engineering obstacles, ample opportunities for management and career growth.
We are a diverse team based in San Francisco, passionate about advancing the growth of solar energy. If you are looking for a challenging and fulfilling role, come join us!
What you'll do:
- Build new functionality for our CAD solar software
- Improve and optimize rendering
- Add new ways to construct and manipulate geometry
- Help to ensure that the engine runs smoothly on mobile devices
What we value:
- A degree in Computer Science or related fields
- 2+ years of experience working on 3D graphics projects as a software engineer
- Experience working with one of the APIs: WebGL, OpenGL, Metal or DirectX
- Experience writing custom shaders
- Strong grasp of linear algebra
- Ability to perform and thrive in a fast-paced environment
Aurora is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce of people who believe in and are passionate about creating a future of solar energy for all. We are an equal opportunity employer, we welcome and consider qualified applicants regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, national origin, citizenship, pregnancy status, veteran status, or any other differences. We encourage you to apply even if you feel that you do not meet all of the above criteria!
For San Francisco applicants: Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records for employment.
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