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Established start-up seeks experienced LabVIEW developer.

 

Develop and maintain large technical engineering software applications in LabVIEW.  Note there is no data acquisition/hardware development required.

 

Location is western Sydney.  Please PM me to apply.

 

A. MAIN DUTIES

1. Design, develop, verify and document new software applications from concept to deployment.

2. Maintain and upgrade existing software applications.

3. Be involved in consulting and project work surrounding both areas of expertise of the business and applications which the software has been designed for and beyond.

4. Be involved in technical training seminars.

5. Develop and/or contribute to technical research publications.

6. Develop company standards documents; technical, non-technical, quality, procedures etc. with input from engineers and other parties as required.

7. Provide technical support and advice both internally and to customers and clients.

8. Develop technical procedures which assist with the company achieving and maintaining ISO 9001 quality accreditation.

 

B. SELECTION CRITERIA

• Honours degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering or Computer Engineering.

• Experience in developing medium to large LabVIEW software applications.

• Knowledge and experience planning and developing software algorithms.

• Experience with other programming languages.

• Knowledge of electrical/electronics systems modelling concepts would be advantageous.

• Knowledge of object-oriented principles and patterns would be advantageous.

• Knowledge of cloud-based application deployment would be advantageous.

• Knowledge and experience applying formal software lifecycle processes ensuring quality.

• Experience writing technical documents.

• Proficiency in using Microsoft Office products.

 

C. DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTES

• Excellent team working ability.

• Conceptual and analytical problem solving ability.

• Detail oriented with a high-level of organization.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Driven and motivated with a passion for learning.

• Resourceful, investigative and innovative.

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