Software Development Engineer (m/f/d)

SUZLON Energy Ltd., German Branch

Beschreibung: 

Founded in India in 1995, Suzlon is today among the globally leading manufacturers of wind turbines. Our wind turbines stand for ecological energy generation and high economic efficiency. Our corporate communication is open, transparent, respectful and characterised by trust and cooperativeness. Do you want to work flexibly and self-motivated and continue your personal development? If yes, Suzlon is the right employer for you!

The position to strengthen our team in Rostock shall be filled as soon as possible. If you are interested in working in the wind industry we are looking forward to receive your application.

Software Development Engineer (m/f/d) – Ref.: 500

Tasks:

  • SPS‐programming
  • Review of specifications
  • Review and test of control software
  • Integration and test of new sensors
  • Root cause analyzes and optimization
  • Documentation
  • Support to continual improvement of Suzlon Business Management System (BMS) incl. active participation in internal and external audits


Special Knowledge:

  • Experience with WTG desirable
  • C/C++ in Automatization desirable
  • Knowledge of and adherence to latest ISO 9001 and 14001 standards and their requirements
Anforderungen: 

Desired Profile:

  • Master in automation technology, electrical engineering, computer science or similar with 3 years of experience
  • SPS programming (ST), IEC 61131, methods for software development
  • Systematic and independent way of working
  • Good knowledge of the English language verbal and in writing
  • Ability to work in an international surrounding
  • Team player
  • Assertiveness
Anbieter: 
SUZLON Energy Ltd., German Branch
Human Resources
Kurt-Dunkelmann-Straße 5
18055 Rostock
Deutschland
WWW: 
https://www.suzlon.de/Unternehmen.html
Ansprechpartner/in: 
Petra Zinta
Telefon: 
0381 - 12884 130
Fax: 
0381 - 12884554
E-Mail: 
petra.zinta@suzlon.com
Online-Bewerbung: 
https://www.suzlon.de/Technischer-Bereich.html
(Ursprünglich) veröffentlicht am: 
15.10.2021
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