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Maxime Turcotte

LabVIEW/TestStand Developer in Austin or Atlanta

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LabVIEW/TestStand Developer Job Summary

Averna at a glance

Averna delivers industry-leading test solutions and services for communications and electronics device makers worldwide, accelerating product development, quality and innovation:

  • Be global@work: Serve international customers and collaborate with colleagues in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, Japan and Hungary.
  • Drive innovation@work: Participate in the development of market-leading high-tech products in the telecom, transportation, electronics and multimedia sectors. Averna has forged R&D relationships with pioneers in virtual instrumentation and test and measurement, keeping it at the cutting edge of technology. Averna's engineers hold dozens of the highest LabVIEW™ and NI TestStand™ certifications.
  • Develop your talent@work: Contribute to thrilling projects that will stretch your skills and talent to the maximum.
  • Enjoy success@work: Be part of a fast-growing company with award-winning products and team. Averna's engineering processes meet stringent ISO, CSIA, and Controlled Goods Program standards and have earned Averna top engineering awards, including a Graphical System Design Achievement Award.
  • Share your passion@work: Meet passionate people, enjoy our modern environment and dynamic atmosphere.

The challenge of the Software Developer:

As part of the Engineering team in Atlanta, GA or Austin, TX, you will be involved in the development and integrationof various software programs for validation systems. The Engineering team developsa range of custom data acquisition systems to help our customers obtain accurate measurements and results. These systems are renowned for providing fast data throughput and extreme data integrity, while accelerating design cycles and reducing prototyping costs.

Technical Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree or college diploma in electrical engineering, software engineering or physics ;
  • 5 to 8 years experience in software development with LabVIEW or NI Teststand;
  • Experience in software development with either C# or VB.Net ;
  • Knowledge of the manufacturing environment ;
  • Available to travel regularly ;
  • Professionalism, strong communication skills and interpersonal skills.

Required Skills

You are the one we are looking for if you are: Independent, resourceful, and you possess good adaptability and learning capacities.

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