Overview

Senior Solutions Software Engineer Jobs in Los Angeles, CA at National Instruments

Title: Senior Solutions Software Engineer

Company: National Instruments

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Salary: $100K – $150K*

Category: Manufacturing & Automotive

Job Description

Senior Solutions Integration Engineer

POSITION OVERVIEW

TheNational Instrument’s Integration Engineering Services(IES)team has an immediate opening for aSenior Software/Systems Integration Engineer.In this role, you will work in the design, development, and deployment of integrated customer solutions, providing technical leadership to the development team and execution excellence to the project.

Core Job Responsibilities

Work primarily at the customer site in the Bay area in the role of Test Design Lead, representing National Instruments

Identify test solutions where NI products are a good fit, influence stakeholders to use NI products, and work with the NI account management team to identify future opportunities

Responsible for planning, coordinating and reporting for a test solution for a manufacturing line

Accurately identify customer needs and provide estimates for integrated system solutions

Interact with customers, NI staff, external partners, and external suppliers in support of designing, implementing, and sustaining custom test solutions

High-level collaborative design of integrated solutions

Manage and give direction to the development team, and vendors

Ensure that adherence to custom solution development processes, new product introduction process, and best practices

Review work quality and provide mentorship to other engineers

Design and develop software frameworks to be leveraged by multiple projects

Work with Project Managers to find optimal technical solutions to project challenges

Responsible for all technical deliverables for given project

Qualifications

Qualifications

BS degree in electrical or computer engineering

7 years of experience in software development, and system integration and/or test and measurements industry this will be accepted in lieu of a Bachelors degree

Technical lead experience

In-depth technical knowledge of NI products and platforms

Willing and able to travel up to 25% of the time

Preferred Qualifications

Strong understanding of electrical engineering, electronics & computer architectures

Demonstrated success and experience using high-level programming languages (LabVIEW, TestStand, C/C++)

Experience developing large-scale integrated systems

Proven expertise in processes to ensure quality and predictability for software development

Thorough understanding of systems design principles

Ability to identify and solve system engineering problems

Excellent technical and executive communication skills and experience working directly with customers, engineers, and business stakeholders

Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, changing and challenging environment

Service oriented attitude

Demonstrated ability to:

Work effectively with teams

Problem-solve effectively – diagnose technical issues and propose effective solutions

Take initiative, be a self-starter, and work independently

Persistently drive tasks and lead projects to successful completion

Quickly learn applicable technology, systems, and products

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Valid through: 5/26/2020

 

About National Instruments




National Instruments Corporation, or NI, is an American multinational company with international operation. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, it is a producer of automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software. Common applications include data acquisition, instrument control and machine vision. In 2012, the company sold products to more than 35,000 companies with revenues of $1.12 billion USD. In the early 1970s, James Truchard, Jeff Kodosky, and Bill Nowlin, were working at the University of Texas at Austin Applied Research Laboratories. As part of a project conducting research for the U.S. Navy, the men were using early computer technology to collect and analyze data. Frustrated with the inefficient data collection methods they were using, the three decided to create a product that would enable their task to be done more easily. In 1976, working in the garage at Truchards home, the three founded a new company. They attempted to incorporate under several names, including Longhorn Instruments and Texas Digital, but all were rejected. Finally, they settled on the current name of National Instruments.