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Software Engineer

Elkhart, IN · Architecture/Engineering

Job/Position Summary

Key responsibilities include developing and supporting the global deployment of data collection and management as well as support custom and COTS software platforms.

Major Areas of Responsibility

  • Implement and maintain well-disciplined engineering workflows for data collection / custom software development, deployment, and change control.
  • Develop world-class solutions that automate data collection and maintenance and support other critical manufacturing functions
  • Ability to take ownership of large tasks and/or projects with little or no assistance from others
  • Lead design, documentation, and code reviews for database and software development tasks
  • Follow industry best practice norms to ensure robust software design
  • Excellent problem solving, team play, and interpersonal communication skills are essential
  • Anticipate system needs, identify problems, think creatively and methodically develop software solutions
  • Develop reporting tools as needed within SSRS and other reporting solutions
 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Proven experience with .Net (including VB.Net and/or C#), VB6, and other programming languages is required
  • Experience with DBMS development is required; Microsoft SQL Server preferred
  • Experience developing Enterprise-quality solutions for high volume data collection and management preferred
  • Experience with source code control; Git or equivalent preferred
  • Experience working with a demanding, fast paced environment is preferred
 

Education and Experience

  • Undergraduate degree in computer science, engineering, technology or related field
  • 5+ years of experience in software development and database management for manufacturing applications required

Physical Demands

  • Ability to work several hours at a computer
  • Ability to travel (domestic and international) as needed

Working Environment

  • Standard office environment
  • May include periods in manufacturing and test lab environments
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