C++/Qt Software Engineer
Topaz Labs
Dallas, TX

About $81,000 - $100,000 a year

Ever wanted to make a direct tangible difference in someone’s life, dreamed of working with cutting edge technology, or evolving as an engineer in a fast-paced transparent and collaborative environment? At Topaz Labs, you will do just that! We are a user focused software shop that distills machine learning and other cutting-edge technology into photography software that allows our users to take their creative passions further than they thought possible. Our energetic, inquisitive engineers are looking for like-minded individuals to help them achieve even more. If you are exceptionally capable, have a diverse skill set, or employ a “get stuff done” attitude, we’d love to hear from you.

As a software engineer you’ll work on our major customer-focused product initiatives in a fast-paced, collaborative, and exciting environment.
Design, Develop, Code, and Test applications through full SDLC
Recommend modifications to processes and procedures, best practice contributions, and architecture
Promote and solicit ideas within project teams
Collaboration with experts within the field of software engineering
A voracious appetite for learning
Excellent engineering judgment
C++ Programming Skills
Positive, collaborative attitude and an interest in working at start-up pace
Familiarity with Git source control and workflow
Full Stack experience is a plus
QML experience is a plus
QT based C++ experience is a plus
C++ Image IO experience a plus
Interest in Photography is a plus
Topaz Labs uses state-of-the-art technology (like machine learning) to help photographers solve difficult problems through software. We have a metrics-driven culture that will give you a lot of autonomy to meet your goals. Our aggressive company growth targets for the coming few years means you'll have massive growth opportunities when you do well. Benefits include bonus + profit sharing programs, 100% employee healthcare coverage, 15 days annual PTO (plus holidays), and 401k matching.