Graphics Driver Design Engineer

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  1. Imagination


    Oct 20, 2011
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    Kings Langley
    The Role

    Imagination's POWERVR graphics technology has an enviable reputation in the industry across semiconductor vendors, OEMs/ODMs, game publishers/developers, application developers and network operators, with hundreds of millions of units deployed with end users.
    We are looking for graduate engineers to join our graphics driver development teams.


    Working as a part of a team, as a graduate engineer you will have some or all of the following responsibilities:

    • Working closely within your team and liaising externally with other research and development teams design and develop graphics drivers
    • Performance and optimisation of drive code
    • Developing and maintaining architectural and functional documentation
    Target capabilities and skills

    We are looking for candidates who are good C programmers and interested in low level graphics software programming, 3D graphics acceleration, graphics APIs - and are excited by the prospect of drivers they have worked on being shipped in millions of units a year.
    If you’re interested in the content of the below websites (search Imagination Technologies and/or PowerVR when visiting to find related content) and a good programmer then apply now!

    • PowerVR Insider
      (quick registration required to gain access to this but it is free)
    • Phoronix forum
    • Geeks3d
    • Khronos
      (Imagination is on the board for Khronos – a consortium for creating open standard, royalty-free APIs to enable the authoring and accelerated playback of dynamic media on a wide variety of platforms and devices.)
    • OpenGL
    Core Competencies
    The successful candidate will have:

    • Be highly motivated and a self-starter
    • Ability to work well in a team
    • Ability to understand and communicate complex ideas
    Work Environment

    • Small office environment on an expanding campus of around 500 staff, mainly engineers, in Kings Langley. The environment is informal, dynamic and the organization possesses an excellent social scene.

    • BEng or BSc in electronics, computer science or similar.
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