By Jean LINISA
Je recherche pour une mission longue durée (1 an minimum) en région parisienne un(e) ingénieur(e) LabVIEW & TestStand expérimenté(e).
Une certification CLD/CLA et/ou CTD serait fortement appréciée.
Un backgroud en électronique/mécatronique serait un plus.
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By Jean LINISA
I am french LabVIEW consultant available for worldwide remote work up to 10 hours per week.
Please find attached my resumé.
Don't hesitate to contact me for further informations.
This is an updated posting to the previous posting to reflect changes to the job description and requirements.
LabVIEW job opportunity
About the company:
High tech manufacturing company of non-destructive test equipment and machinery. Small but dynamic business where all employees are able to contribute directly to our success. About the role:
Full time on site position developing LabVIEW software products. This candidate will be in charge of software development and hardware integration. Candidate will be responsible for replacing old text based projects into LabVIEW and maintaining existing application. Additional projects are the re-architecting of existing applications to have a more “modern” look and feel.
3-5 years of LabVIEW application development. FPGA, digital signal processing, database and IT experience a plus, but not necessary. Engineering or physics degree a plus. US Citizenship required.
Salary negotiable and commensurate upon abilities.
Send resumes and cover letters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Build using LabVIEW a reusable library for Software Updates for standalone exes. This library should check the current version and periodically (user settable) search a particular database (held by and kept up to date by us) location on the internet in a format and using a method proposed by the developer. If it's found that the current version is older than the latest available then the library will download (from a location and using a method to be proposed) and install the latest version automatically (to be proposed). The library must be generic in that it can be used for any parent application. It must be efficient, robust and reusable. VI source code is required.