Robert Half Technology Software Engineer in BROOKLYN, New York

Robert Half Technology is looking for a Software Engineer for a contract to full-time position located in Midtown, New York to help with the ongoing development of 3D and 2D products The ideal Software Engineer should have experience with developing GUI (Graphical User Interface), embedding systems and working with applications used to create 3D and 2D products. If interested, send your updated resume to

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Req ID: 02940-0010035238

Functional Role: Software Engineer

Country: USA

State: NY


Postal Code: 11201-3949

Compensation: DOE

Requirements: Primary Skills: Developing 3D and 2D products