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Phoenix Energy Technologies is seeking a contract Labview developer for a short project.  We are based in Irvine, CA and would prefer someone local but are willing to work with a strong remote resource.  SQL experience is required and analytics/energy analytics experience is a huge plus. 

 

Application Verification and Deployment
• Application: Approximately 30, low-complexity virtual instruments that comprise an application used to analyze time-series data and signal alarms
• Project:
o Catalog the application components and verify that all components are present
o Document LabView virtual instruments in the application:
• Summary of VI function
• Inputs
• Outputs
o Configure and deploy application for two new data sources

This is a contract position but could potentially lead to a full time position for the right candidate.  Please contact Dave Labowitz (dlabowitz@phoenixet.com) with a resume if interested.

 

Mods:  apologies if this is in the wrong place; feel free to move it as necessary.

 

Thank you!

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