03 Jul
Certified Labview Developer
Michigan, Wixom , 48393 Wixom USA

LabVIEW Skill-Sets

  • The contractor shall demonstrate a broad and complete understanding of the core features and functionality available in the LabVIEW Professional Development System 2016 and above.
  • The contractor shall have a typical experience level of a Certified LabVIEW Developer (CLD). A CLD demonstrates experience in developing, debugging, and deploying and maintaining medium-to-large scale LabVIEW applications (50+ VIs and files). A CLD is a professional with cumulative experience of approximately 12 to 18 months developing medium to large applications in LabVIEW.
  • The contractor shall develop LabVIEW code as per attached 'LabVIEW Development Requirements for Contractors.docx'
  • Work Planning and Status Reporting
  • Software development will follow time-boxed iterations similar to Sprints in an Agile framework. Work packages will be broken down into sprint cycles of 2-3 week durations. The contractor shall breakdown work packages further into meaningful tasks for development and status reporting
  • The contractor shall provide bi-weekly status reports of work progress reports via email.
  • The contractor shall use a Version Control tools like SVN to maintain version history during the sprint cycle.
  • At the end of the sprint, the contractor shall demonstrate the work done including evidence of validation of the code modules developed during the sprint.
  • Technical Skills
    • Strong LabVIEW skills, LabVIEW certified (CLAD, CLD, CLA) preferred
    • Hands-on experience on working with instrumentation drivers for data acquisition devices
    • Experience working with instrumentation protocols like GPIB, Serial, Modbus, TCP/IP, USB
    • Familiar with Windows Application Development (WinAPI, external libraries, networking basics)
    • Familiar with C, Lab Windows CVI
    • Familiar with test executive software like NI TestStand
    • Familiar with databases and database management systems like MS SQL server
    Electronics and Instrumentation
    • Experience working with Instrumentation hardware (data acquisition systems, transducers, signal conditioning modules, power supplies)
    • Familiar with Control systems
    • Understand sensor calibration, signal conditioning (filtering, averaging, amplification, etc.)
    • Understand Electrical & Hydraulic schematics and Automated Test Equipment layouts and diagrams
    General
    • Experience with developing software using standard Software development life cycle(s)
    • Experience with Configuration Management for software
    • Experience in development of test procedures based on CMMs for test parts
    • Experience with MS Office tools
    • Familiar with project scheduling and estimation of work


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