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C,C++, and Qt Software Engineer required for cutting-edge radar projects,
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ENTERPRISE ELECTRONICS CORPORATION is a turnkey solution provider of weather detection systems. For over 40 years, EEC has designed, manufactured and installed over 1,000 weather radar systems in 90 countries. EEC is now extending its offerings to be your complete remote sensing provider, offering data collection and display solutions for both radar and satellite. To support our growing business, EEC is seeking the following team member:
SOFTWARE ENGINEER (SYSTEMS SOFTWARE DEVELOPER)
EEC seeks a skilled Software Engineer for the Southeastern U.S. area, to design, develop and test software for weather radar systems and ground stations in a commercial environment. Experience with the following is essential: C and C++ languages, Linux/UNIX operating systems, GUI programming, Object-oriented development, software version control, and image/scientific dataset processing. Knowledge of Qt, Git, OpenGL, and Postgre SQL is desired. Familiarity with meteorology, radar technology, and embedded software is a plus. International and/or domestic travel are occasionally required to support EEC’s customers and software development.
Enterprise Electronics Corporation offers a competitive salary and benefits package to include: medical, dental, vision, 401k match and vacation.
Send resumes to:
Fax: (334) 393-4556
Mail: Attn.: HR, P.O. Box 311270, Enterprise, AL 36331
EOE • M/F/D/V
AlterX last edited by
Are that still available?
ProfRivkin last edited by
I would not suggest working for EEC, they took so long to even get back to me, played games including changing the terms of the job, and then gave some excuse for not hiring me in the end. Its' just frustration to no ends.
I took a job (quickly) at a competitor for more money and no games.
exim last edited by
ProfRivkin, thanks for the info. Care to disclose the competitor?
Do they sponsor EB1 or H1B?