Software Systems Engineer

Job Description WE POWER HOMES, LIFT CONTAINERS, MOVE DIRT, CHIP TREES, PUMP OIL, AND DELIVER PACKAGES - AND THAT'S JUST THE BEGINNING.  PSI is a growing and innovative engine manufacturer with global reach, located in Wood Dale, IL. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, and team-oriented professionals to help us achieve our goals.  The Systems Engineer is responsible for software development and maintenance for calibrations and testing operations.  Responsibilities  Maintain existing, and develop and test new, LabVIEW software for the purpose of integrating equipment and controls for engine and vehicle performance testing.  Develop and maintain automation test systems including software workflow & algorithm definition, electrical schematic design, and hardware integration.  Develop and maintain offline software post-processing tools for computation and analysis of various types of test results.  Maintain in-house developed software tools through continuous improvement enhancements, bug fixes, etc.  Design and/or implement and build data repository and report generation utilities and templates.  Support maintenance of instrumentation computer systems throughout testing laboratories.  Assist technical staff with troubleshooting instrumentation and equipment related issues.  Assist other functional groups with software system development as needs and availability dictates. Job Requirements Requirements  Bachelor's Degree in Software Engineer, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Computer Science  Entry-level candidates are welcome to apply  Internship experience preferred  Systems engineering and software development experience  MatLAB and LabView proficiency
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