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September 24, 2014, 04:11:10 pm
VSTEP is a leading international developer of simulators and virtual
training software. VSTEP creates 3D virtual training applications and
simulators that enable people to build their skills in a practical and
cost-effective way. VSTEP has a number of key products, focusing on
virtual incident training for first responders (RescueSim) simulator
solutions for civil and military maritime industry (NAUTIS), training
simulators for camera operators to learn to identify suspicious
behavior (EyeObserve) and simulators to prepare the police for
crowd-related incidents and mass events (Crowd Control Trainer).

To strengthen the development team VSTEP is looking for a Software engineer.

The Software Engineer develops and maintains new or improved software
products. Responsibilities include providing innovative and
cost-effective engineering solutions to meet objectives and timing.

Job Requirements:

You have:

A bachelor or master degree, preferably a Computer Science education
Experience with real-time 3D engines, e.g. Quest3D (preferable) or Unity
Knowledge and experience with Object Oriented programming
3D mathematical skills
3 to 5 years experience in software development in C++ or C#
Affinity with virtual reality and simulations
Good communication skills in English and preferably also in Dutch

You are:

A team player but can also work independently
Enthusiastic and service-oriented attitude
Full time available and eligible to work in the Netherlands

You will be working in a professional, young and enthusiastic group of
hard working people operating in an innovative and dynamic high growth
environment. Your workplace is in the heart of Rotterdam, The
Netherlands, with flexible working hours.

You can apply to this function by sending your CV and application
letter to Karin Reichardt, VSTEPís Internal Operations Manager through
[email protected]

Acquisition regarding this vacancy is not appreciated.
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