Are you as inspired as we are by the combination of multiphysics simulation and programming? Do you want to work in a team of driven and talented colleagues? Would you like to develop core functionality for products used worldwide by tens of thousands of engineers? If so, read on.
In our Stockholm office, we develop the core functionality of our multiphysics product family, used worldwide in research and development (R&D) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Our software enables users to solve complex science and engineering problems, thanks in part to our intuitive and flexible graphical user interface.
We want to extend our team responsible for the geometry (CAD) functionality. We develop the tools used in all COMSOL’s products to define the geometry for the simulations. Within the team, we also develop the add-on modules CAD Import Module, ECAD Import Module, and Design Module. You will work with the COMSOL geometry kernel (mathematical algorithms for curves and surfaces) and the ECAD Import Module (algorithms for processing geometric data in ECAD files). Most development is done in C++, but we also use Java.
Work in a specific problem space, with the goal to gradually expand your knowledge within the many areas we’re responsible for, with plenty of opportunities to learn and grow.
Take on an integral role in the full life-cycle of your code, from design to development, testing, maintenance and improvement.
Help solve real problems for engineers worldwide.
You’re passionate about problem-solving and desire to go above and beyond in your work. We think you are flexible, value team work and understand the importance of putting the user center stage. You are not afraid to dig into existing code and make it your own. We are looking for both junior and senior developers with the following background:
PhD, MSc, or equivalent degree in mathematics, engineering, or computer science.
Excellent talent and interest for mathematics.
Very good skills in at least one of C++ and Java.
Experience from large software development projects is a plus.
Knowledge of physics or simulation is not a requirement, but interest in these areas helps in understanding our product and market.
Working at COMSOL
You will quickly play a key role within your development projects, where you will have many opportunities to suggest ideas and improvements. As the company is growing continuously, we strive toward making you an expert within your development area within a few years. Along the way, you will be supported by experienced colleagues in a collaborative working environment. In addition to an exciting career working on a sophisticated software product, we also offer a competitive salary, individual pension plans, sponsored gym membership and social get-togethers. We respect your leisure time and need for a work-life balance.
Our office is located in central Stockholm.
COMSOL is the leading innovator of multiphysics software for research and development (R&D). Our products are continuously pushing the boundaries of computer-aided engineering (CAE), so that our customers can solve challenging science and engineering problems and develop better products, faster. The COMSOL product family enables our end users to solve even the most sophisticated science and engineering problems, thanks to our intuitive and flexible graphical user interface. We create the tools that drive new breakthroughs in physics and engineering — and we love what we do. Our corporate culture is innovative, vibrant, and cutting-edge. We are committed to encouraging creativity through an exciting and challenging environment in which individuals excel and grow. Our talented employees and an active learning environment are the keys to our success. Founded in 1986, the COMSOL organization boasts 19 offices and a distributor network throughout the world with more than 450 employees.
Make sure to include your university grades in your application
Last day to apply: December 31, 2019
For more information, contact: Daniel Bertilsson, email@example.com, tel. 08-412 95 00.
We review applications continuously.