- Bachelor’s or Master’s in Computer Science (or equivalent) with 7-10 years of software design and development experience.
- Experience in Microsoft Windows platform using C#, .Net Framework, and WCF technologies is a must.
Additional qualifications include:
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Excellent knowledge of product life cycle and software development life cycles.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong customer orientation skills
- Ability to interface with customers and/or stakeholders from remote sites
The following skills would be an added advantage
- Factory Automation experience with development and support of mission critical systems
- Experience in specifying and programming Microsoft Workflow Foundation
- Experience in manufacturing execution system modelling objects and concepts
- ATTD-Automation’s Control Systems Engineering team to develop, and support factory business logic for equipment controlled software (Station Controllers) used for client’s SPTD, Die Sort, Die Prep, Assembly and Test Manufacturing.
- Responsible for design, development, validation, and support of business logic components to enable platform and manufacturing technologies.
- Work with the backend system providers and other third party software suppliers including a new MES (manufacturing execution system) replacement to provide cross functional linked logic.
- Independently manage work assignments and complete project lifecycle management (i.e. requirement analysis to deployment and support).
Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Analyzing the customer requirements and designing software solutions to meet requirements.
- Maintaining clear communications with customers and stakeholders.
- Creating robust, reliable, and high performance applications that satisfy all customer requirements.
- Creating and running test suites to prove the functionality, reliability, and performance of the applications you develop.
- Providing expert level support to factory technicians and process engineers on use of these applications.