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 Post subject: Software Engineer - Louisville, CO
Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:23 pm 
 
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Inovonics, the leader in high-performance wireless sensor networks for commercial and life safety applications, has an exciting new position for a software engineer to develop a new software application from the ground up. The candidate will participate in defining the end user requirements, high level design, system architecture, GUI, business logic layer and database design.

The position requires a high level of system design capability to ensure seamless integration with our highly intelligent embedded system products. The software engineer fully understands and relates customer needs to the products we develop. Recognizes and takes opportunities to demonstrate leadership abilities. Creates productive and positive working relationships. Assists in functional specifications development. Provides customer support as required. Checks accuracy and test quality, maintains in-depth knowledge of the field.

Qualifications:

Bachelor degree in EE, CE or CS required, prefer Master degree

6-8 years of work experience required

Knowledge of OSI layers, TCP/IP networking experience a plus

Microsoft Visual Studio

Knowledge of JQuery and JQuery UI

HTML coding experience

SQL database experieince

GUI design experience

Knowledge of JavaScript and AJAX

Experience with C# and .net

Web services development experiences, REST and SOAP

Embedded real-time OS and application software development exposure is required

Good software design foundation, geared toward quality and re-use

Good communication skills

Team player

Fast learner

Good trouble shooting skills

Inovonics, an equal opportunity employer and growing company specializing in wireless technology, is seeking people to make an impact in the following position.

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