Nivel cariera

Middle (2-5 ani)

Limbi vorbite

engleză

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Job description

GE Energy Connections is looking for a C++ Software Engineer to join our team in Bucharest!

We seek an enquiring mind, desire to learn new skills plus the ability to work efficiently within a geographical distribute team.

If you enjoy challenging though problems, delivering thoughtful solutions and learning every single day, you may be a good candidate to join our team.

 

Project context:

Electricity markets – critical IT systems – near real-time applications.

 

The projects are executed within an international environment involving software development and implementation held in multi-sites and multi-countries. Hence both technical skills and interpersonal (communication both in oral and written form, self-organization, reporting, autonomy, decision making, English) are of utmost importance.

 

 Requirements:

  • BSc/MSc in software engineering, computer science, or equivalent work experience.
  • Strong programming skills in C++
  • Proven understanding of software design and development methodology.
  • 2-5 years of experience in software design, development and testing.
  • Experience with versioning tools (TFS, VSS, GitHub etc)
  • Good knowledge of Visual Studio (development, debugging, testing).
  • Fluent in English (both written and spoken).

 

Nice to have:

  • Knowledge of SCADA system behavior and operation is appreciated.
  • Knowledge of Java, .Net would be a plus.
  • Knowledge of Perl/Python would be a plus.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Handle design and implementation of SCADA/EMS sub-systems. Mainly the development will be in C/C++. Depending on the customer project, some requirements could involve C# or Java Development.
  • Actively following best practices in development (peer reviewing, code reviews, design documentation, static code analysis etc).
  • Participate in testing sessions with the client during project milestones (demos, FAT, ).
  • Participate in the process improvement and documentation update efforts.