Vacancy for a Software Engineer

Posted: 20/12/17
Salary: Dependent on Experience
Location: Norwich, UK
Job Type: Permanent

Job description

Atik Cameras are looking for a talented software engineer to develop and support our image acquisition and processing software. This software will be used in the life science and astronomy fields, as well as supporting OEM integration of our cameras. It is also expected that there’ll be opportunities to develop firmware targeted for microcontrollers embedded within the cameras.

Job requirements

Applicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in coding fast and efficient Windows applications in both the C++ and .NET languages. Low-level coding and an understanding of microcontroller programming and circuit design would be beneficial, as would experience of FPGA design and the Xilinx / Vivado development suites. Experience with developing on Mac and Linux machines would be desirable, but not essential. Likewise, knowledge of Labview, micromanager or other image processing applications would also be useful. The successful candidate must have a degree level qualification or equivalent experience and be enthusiastic about working as part of a small team and interacting with astronomers worldwide.

How to Apply

To apply, please download and complete the following application form:

AtikCamerasApplication (.doc)

AtikCamerasApplication (PDF)

Email your completed application form to

For further information or any questions about the role, contact us at:

Email : recruit@atik‐

Phone: 01603 740397

Atik Cameras Ltd
Unit 8 Lodge Farm Barns
New Rd

Please note we will be closed for Christmas from 23rd December – 2nd January. We look forward to reading your application and will respond to any queries when we’re back.

Atik Cameras Ltd

Atik Cameras is a specialist manufacturer of low light imaging cameras used mainly in astronomy, life sciences, and art restoration applications. They have developed expertise in the precise control of CCD and CMOS sensors in low‐light imaging, low‐noise analog‐to‐digital conversion circuits and in the software required to deliver the final image to the controlling computer. Their cameras are sold to astronomers through a worldwide network of distributors under the leading Atik Cameras brand. They are also marketed directly to OEM customers, historically under the Artemis CCD Camera brand. Atik Cameras is based in the city of Norwich, in England, where our cameras are designed and developed. Most of the equipment is made in our dedicated factory in Lisbon, Portugal. Our support service is UK‐based.