Scientific Software Engineer position

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Larry Spitz, Dec 21, 2003.

  1. Larry Spitz

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    DocRec Ltd is a small but world-renowned company in the area of document
    image analysis. A new position has been created to assist in the development
    of Arabic character recognition for DocRec's international clients.

    DocRec is seeking a person who will be fully capable of working independently
    taking first functional code and bullet-proofing it, and have sufficient
    education and experience that no training is necessary.

    Applicants must be fluent in C/C++, knowledgeable about Linux and Windows
    environments, with experience in software testing and proven ability to
    write lucid documentation. Experience should include a solid exposure to
    development within the UNIX/Linux environment and a strong mathematical
    background. Knowledge of image processing and scripting languages would
    also be useful. Background or interest in pattern recognition or natural
    language processing would be desirable, but not required. A mature and
    well rounded approach to software development with strong communication
    skills are also essential attributes.

    The position is based in sunny Nelson and is a full-time position.

    Applications close 30 January 2004.

    Please send all expressions of interest in PDF or plain ASCII to
    .
    Larry Spitz, Dec 21, 2003
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