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Graduate Computer Vision Engineer

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Jan 12

đź’Ľ Graduate Job


🤑 £25K - £40K
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Graduate Job

Software Engineering•Bristol


  • This role is for a Computer Vision Engineer to work on research and development for our current and future products using subsea robotics and cloud platforms. This role is ideally suited to someone who is passionate about using computer vision to solve real world problems and turning those solutions into products. Together we can work towards building a future with clean, renewable energy maintained by efficient and novel inspection technologies. 


  • Experience in implementing computer vision algorithms
  • Proficiency in modern C++ and at least one scripting language
  • Good understanding of camera fundamentals such as sensors and lenses
  • Good understanding of 3D vision, reconstruction, feature detection and feature tracking
  • Understanding of Machine Learning fundamentals
  • Experience of vision and image processing frameworks such as OpenCV
  • Experience in Linux and shell scripting
  • Grow together with Vaarst where you may learn and use the following:
  • State of the art 3D representations
  • SLAM or Structure from Motion techniques
  • Docker, ROS, git, gstreamer
  • Using CNNs
  • ML frameworks and hands on experience of ML ops
  • Interest in autonomous robotics

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • Work on algorithms at the cutting edge of computer vision research
  • Learn about underwater vision and sensor systems used by subsea robotics for inspection of infrastructure for the offshore renewables industry
  • Develop interesting novel solutions to practical problems
  • Collaborate in an environment of experts in different fields working together to solve challenges from industry.
  • Performing research, staying up to date with the state of the art including investigating open source projects and off the shelf solutions
  • Generating, developing and evaluating novel solutions to problems, contributing ideas
  • Converting product requirements into actionable work
  • Working with marine sensors (visual and non-visual) and writing code to drive those sensors, acquiring data and analysing it
  • Implementing code and seeing it through into production
  • Writing documentation and unit tests
  • Taking part in onshore trials; optionally also offshore trials

Application process

  • Application: Begin by submitting your application with your CV, highlighting your skills and experience relevant to the job. Answer key questions on elements that are important to the role.
  • Aptitude Test: Demonstrate your critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and workplace personality through an aptitude test. It includes a timed cognitive exercise and a workplace personality questionnaire.
  • Talent Partner Interview: We will tell you more about the role, the team and Vaarst’s mission. This is a two-way conversation; we want to learn about your motivation, what you can bring to Vaarst, and provide answers to your questions.
  • Team Interview: Engage in a 1-hour interview with a few team members. Experience the role firsthand and share your skills and experience. We'll discuss our technologies, key skills, and team dynamics. As always, feel free to ask any questions you may have.
  • CTO Conversation: Meet with our CTO for a 30-minute discussion. This is your opportunity to express your thoughts on the role and ask any final questions. We'll clarify expectations and ensure this role aligns with your aspirations.
  • Offer! If you are successful in the process, you'll receive an offer to join Vaarst and become part of our team.


Work type

Full time

Work mode





25000 - 40000 GBP


  • Flexible, hybrid working and a 35 hour work week so you can work when is best for you
  • 25 days annual leave to start with increasing to 35 days after 6 years + bank holidays
  • Sabbatical’s at 4 and 6 years and a ÂŁ500 holiday voucher at 2 years
  • Private medical insurance, including Dental & optical
  • Career and learning development through paid courses, conferences and events
  • Curiosity fund – up to ÂŁ500 to spend on learning which is not role related
  • Up to 10% company bonus
  • Pension up to 6% company contribution
  • Volunteering day, to give back to your local community
  • Enhanced maternity and adoption leave
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Recognition & rewards for doing great work and living our values and behaviours
  • Flexible working options including, reduced hours, part time, job share, phased return to work, term time working, compressed hours
  • We’re a sociable, tight-knit team with monthly socials