Coined in 2016, the term “new collar job” has joined the lexicon along with white collar and blue collar jobs, and has come to mean a role that’s done by someone in the tech industry, and often someone who may not have come in by a traditional educational path—such as cybersecurity analysts, application developers, and cloud computing specialists.
Blue collar roles are on the rise, too: A recent study established that there are 32 million Americans without college degrees, but who have the skills to transition to higher income jobs. To go along with that, Google search interest in the term “learn coding” was 292% higher in January 2022 than it was for the previous 10 years.
If you’re ready to make a career move now, then we have three appealing roles to check out below — as well as lots more to browse over on our Job Board.
If that sounds like a fit for your skill set, more information on the Senior Software Engineer role is available and lots more open roles at Indeed are on our Jobs Board.
Senior Software Engineer—SysOps, Intuit
Specializing in financial software, Intuit ranks number 11 on Fortune’s list of 100 great places to work, recognizing it as a company focused on creating a great space for all of its employees. If that sounds good to you, then you may be interested in the Senior Software Engineer — SysOps role, available at the company’s Texas city location.
Around 70-85% of your time will be spent coding in this role, and you’ll also be gathering functional requirements, developing technical specifications, and doing project and test planning. Designing / developing web, software, mobile apps, prototypes, or proofs of concepts will be key, as will acting in a technical leadership capacity by mentoring junior engineers, new team members, and applying technical expertise to challenging programming and design problems.
More information on the Senior Software Engineer — SysOps role is available, and to discover Intuit’s other open positions, visit our Job Board.
NVIDIA designs and sells graphics processing units (GPUs) for gaming, cryptocurrency mining, and professional applications, as well as chip systems for use in vehicles, robotics, and other tools. In 2021, it was rated as the second-best place to work in the US according to a ranking released by Glassdoor.
The company is growing fast in some of the hottest state-of-the-art fields such as deep learning, AI, and autonomous vehicles. If you’re a creative and autonomous architect with a real passion for imaging and ISP, you could be a great fit for the Senior Camera and Imaging Architect role, located in Santa Clara.
You’ll be responsible for working on the development of new architectures and algorithms for NVIDIA’s Image Signal Processor (ISP) and other camera and imaging hardware. You will collaborate with the other architects, ASIC Design Engineers, and Software Engineers to study, analyze, and implement the camera strategy for NVIDIA’s Tegra products.
To apply, you’ll need a Master’s or PhD in computer science, computer architecture, digital signal processing, mathematics, or related discipline (or equivalent experience), ideally focused on image processing as well as eight-plus years of experience with camera/ imaging architecture and/or algorithms.
Interested? More on the Senior Camera and Imaging Architect role is available, and there are plenty more open roles at NVIDIA on our Job Board too.
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