London, England, £60000 - £70000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: C++ Team
Research Scientist / Engineer (Video Compression R&D C++) *Remote Interview WfH*. Do you have experience of researching and developing algorithms in video processing and compression?
You could be joining a technology company that is producing game changing products using AI and parallel processing for data, video, imaging and point cloud compression, continually learning and progressing your career in a diverse, supportive environment of innovation that empowers individuals to succeed.
As a Research Scientist with the R&D Video division you will develop compression algorithms and codebases (mainly written in C++) for new products and contribute to design tools and strategies for efficiently processing and compressing images, videos and data as well as designing and running tests for developed algorithms, analysing data and preparing reports. You'll be working with C++ and will pick up specialist tools such as AVC, HEVC, VP9, AV1 in a collaborative and supportive environment with continual learning opportunities.
Driven by technology the company is able to offer a remote interview / onboarding process and work from home during the current social distancing measures, thereafter you'll be joining an accomplished and collaborative team based in Central London (with some flexibility to WfH).
*You have achieved a 2.1 or above at BSc in Computer Science, Electronics Engineering or Mathematics
*You have experience of researching and developing algorithms in video processing and compression (e.g. JPEG, MPEG), this could have been gained at university or via commercial experience
*You have C++ coding skills (and ideally other programming languages)
*You're collaborative with good written and verbal communication skills, keen to learn and share knowledge
As a Research Scientist you will earn a competitive salary (to £70k) plus bonus and benefits.
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