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Hello All, My current company is in the process of expanding, and we are seeking experienced LabVIEW developers for our Denver office location. Please see below for position details: Automation Engineer – LabVIEW Control Systems DMC has openings in several automation engineering positions, based on experience level. Location Denver Job Summary With a broad understanding of engineering fundamentals, DMC Automation Engineers provide programming, troubleshooting, testing & measurement, and technical support & solutions to a wide range of clients. Automation Engineers quickly learn new technologies and absorb specific industry knowledge to provide custom software engineering, problem solving, and helpful assistance during each phase of a project. Working both independently and within teams, Automation Engineers assist with project management, meeting deadlines and keeping excellent communications and feedback channels with team members and clients. Minimum Qualifications Engineer Level I (1-3 years relevant experience):Bachelor of Science in Mechanical, Electrical, or Computer Engineering, Computer Science or related field Background in LabVIEW Programming Engineer Level II (2-5+ years relevant experience): In addition to the above requirements, several years of experience with design and implementation of LabVIEW projects Certified LabVIEW Developer or Certified LabVIEW Architect Project-based development experience Desired ExperienceReal-Time FPGA cRIO PXI RF Vision CAN Modbus Required Skills Engineer Level I Programming Quickly Learn New Technologies Complete grasp of scientific method of problem solving Ability to follow patterns & build upon established models Understanding complex system designs Estimation of time to complete familiar tasks. Identify & communicate through proper channels new opportunities for DMC Engineer Level II (In addition to above skills)Experience with current test and measurement as well as data acquisition hardware and devices. Ability to specify correct hardware based on system requirement. Project Planning/System Architecture Design Program Implementation Debug System Testing Communication with team members and clients Documentation Ability to create methodology to solve novel problems Ability to design systems based upon previously used system Convey knowledge in presentations, SOPs, Knowledgebase articles, client case studies, and white papers Estimation of own and others' time for completion of familiar tasks Project proposal writing Other Skills/Abilities Customer Service Communications Technical Writing General Admin Responsibilities Engineer Level IProgram applications to meet & exceed customer requirements Develop robust applications in accordance with DMC programming standards & best practices Project Planning/System Architecture Design Assistance Program Implementation Debug System Testing Communication with team members and clients Documentation Respond to customer needs Engineer Level II (In addition to above responsibilities) Perform programming and engineering tasks in supportive and leading roles at all stages of projects. System design and design assistance. Help Train/Orient/Bring Up to Speed new employees. Convey knowledge in presentations, SOPs, Knowledgebase articles, client case studies, and white papers. Develop & maintain relationships with key contacts with vendors. Develop & maintain relationships with clients, keeping feedback channels open and healthy. Assist in writing project proposals. Seek, identify, and discuss new opportunities with new & existing clients, through proper DMC channels. Interested? Email your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org Full Listing: http://www.dmcinfo.com/employment/automation-engineer-labview-control-systems General Information: http://www.dmcinfo.com
Hello everybody, I've got a situation where some controls change their position on the build application however only on the target system. This is not just limited to a specific type of control and it does not even effect all controls on the same FP. Up till now the behavior seems to be limited to controls inside a tab-control. My development machine is Win7 with LabVIEW 2011 installation and the target system operates on XP. I'm not to much bothered by it since it does not effect my main UI (which is build using classic controls btw), but it is a rather strange behaviour. Now for a solution: I had some good results by moving the controls in the dev-environment with space-right / space-left once, therefore the position is not altered, but the build application seems to run just fine for most of the controls. I might be able to post a screenshot next week. Does anybody had experienced a similar behavior with such a setup? This issue might be related to that topic: http://lavag.org/topic/16911-prevent-control-resize-when-changing-monitors/ However my controls change their actual position, where the related topic changes height & alignment (of the text inside).