We offer an open-ended position for an experienced C++ developer (f/m/d) who will support the back-end development of Visdom’s cloud-based setup. Visdom is VRVis’ simulation software solution for decision support in climate change adaption and disaster management.

You will join our Integrated Simulations R&D-team of highly motivated researchers and software engineers who enjoy finding innovative solutions in a constructive and friendly atmosphere. Your main responsibilities will be:

Your job

  • Be in charge of the real-time back-end of our software solution Visdom
    First year: Add support for collaborative access for many users
  • Support us in maintaining the Visdom development environment and releases
  • Develop Visdom’s algorithms for processing geo-spatial data

Your background

  • Very good skills and practical experience with programming in C++
  • Experienced with developing custom server solutions based on http and WebSocket protocols
  • Knowledge about system setups with CMake

Our offer

  • Permanent position, preferably full-time, up to 40 hours (negotiable), starting asap
  • Flexible working hours, home office option, well-equipped workplace
  • Offering equal opportunities as recognized by "equalitA", the Austrian Gender Equality Seal of Approval
  • Contributing to climate change adaptation, e.g., by improving heavy rain and flood hazard maps in collaboration with domain experts and end users
  • Location: Vienna / Austria, with easy access to the office by means of public transport (U1 subway stop VIC)
  • Salary according to collective labor agreement (IT-Kollektivvertrag) starting at EUR 3.200,- gross per month with overpay depending on qualification and previous professional experience
  • Supportive atmosphere in an inclusive team
  • Option to do a PhD in collaboration with our key researcher from Vienna, University of Technology

Applications are always welcome

We especially would like to invite female candidates to apply!

Selection will take place on a rolling basis. Please forward your application documents including references/work samples to:


Franziska Steyer-Beerman (HR)



VRVis Research Center