Senior Software Engineer

Key Responsibilities:

  • Design, develop and integrate software system and applications to the main product of HP Scitex.
  • Be part of the Business Logic team that controls the entire product.
  • Partner and collaborate with R&D design engineers (System, Mechanical, and Electrical) and organization's stakeholder.
  • Deliver frequent product deployments in a fast paced Agile environment
  • Supporting in field product at customer

Education and Experience Required:

  • 4+ years of hands-on experience in software engineering using C#.Net
  • B.Sc. or higher in Computer Science or Software Engineering or other relevant discipline.
  • University is preferred.

Requirements:

  • Very good understanding of multithreading concepts and understanding of .NET's concurrent programming techniques
  • Deep understanding of the .Net framework
  • Thorough knowledge in Object Oriented Programing & DesignRest API (WCF)
  • Unit Testing
  • Familiar with Design Patterns
  • Experience with Scrum or other agile methodologies
  • Working with hardware.
  • Self-motivated, self-sufficient and Team player with good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Excellent work ethic and attention to detail; very organized, delivery on time
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills (English and Hebrew).

Advantages:

  • C++ over Linux experience
  • Familiar with HTML, JS, AngularJS.
  • Familiar with TFS
  • Master Degree in relevant field (BSc or MBA)
  • Understand and design algorithms
  • Leadership capabilities

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