Ansys is the global leader in engineering simulation, helping the world's most innovative companies design and deliver radically better products to their customers.
The choice of materials we use has never been more important. Engineers always strive to design better solutions, and in today's world that means considering sustainability and environmental impacts as well as product performance. Our software allows engineers and designers to make smarter decisions about the materials they use; enabling them to create products that are safer, use fewer scarce resources, emit less pollution, and can be more effectively recycled.
We are looking for talented graduates who want to learn how to be great software engineers! As a C# Software Engineer within the Materials Business Unit (formerly Granta Design Ltd), you will be working alongside our experienced development team; helping us develop our flagship product, Granta MI, the leading system for materials information management.
Ansys is a great place to start your career - giving you the opportunity to work with and learn from talented and passionate software engineers here in the UK and across the world. Key Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will:
Minimum Education/Certification Requirements and Experience
Help develop new features and products working from customer requirements.
Produce clean, maintainable, and well tested code (primarily in C#).
Learn how to analyze problems discovered by QA or product support and develop solutions.
Preferred Qualifications and Skills
A first-class or upper second-class honors degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Science or Mathematics (or related field)
Successful candidates must have
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to learn quickly and to collaborate with others in a geographically distributed team
Although professional programming experience is not required, the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate that they have a keen interest in programming and software development.
Exposure to C# and the .NET framework would be advantageous (but is not a requirement)