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Software Developer

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General Description:

MAL Manufacturing Automation Laboratories Inc. develops virtual machining and optimization solutions which are used worldwide. Our mission is to develop advanced science-based and industry-friendly machining simulation and optimization software, serving the long-term needs of aerospace and other advanced manufacturing industries. We are looking for software engineers who can effectively work in a development environment with a focus on machining solutions.          

Position Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Execute full software development life cycle (SDLC) and integrate software components into a fully functional software system
  • Develop flowcharts, layouts and documentation to identify requirements and solutions
  • Produce specifications and determine operational feasibility
  • Write well-designed, testable code
  • Perform system integration and testing, problem troubleshooting and resolution
  • Deploy programs and evaluate user feedback
  • Comply with project plans and industry standards
  • Ensure software is updated with latest features
  • Document and maintain software functionality

Qualifications and Core Competencies:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or a related field;
  • Minimum 2 years software development experience in a team;
  • Fluency with programming languages C# and C/C++;
  • Must have development experience on WPF and MVVM;
  • Experience with CAD/CAM, OpenGL development is preferred;

Posted: October 23, 2018
Closes: December 22, 2018
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11-50 employees

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About MAL Inc

MAL Manufacturing Automation Laboratories, Inc. (MAL Inc.) was founded in 1996 by Professor Yusuf Altintas, a professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia. Yusuf direct...