Jacobs Programmer Analyst in Tullahoma, Tennessee
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BRIEF OUTLINE OF SPECIFIC ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The TECH Group (JTG) within Jacobs Technology provides design and build services for government and commercial clients worldwide. The market areas served are most notably test facilities and scientific facilities. JTG is looking for a Programmer Analyst to support projects ranging from small studies to multi-million dollar turn-key supply. The successful candidate must be team-oriented, organized, able to communicate to all levels of the organization, and able to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
The responsibilities include:
Participate in the development of control system designs
Participate in the development of data acquisition system designs
Work on a team that develop data acquisition software for use in engineering and scientific environments.
Develop interfaces to test facility equipment using hardwired interfaces and industrial networks
Support hardware assembly and fabrication.
Perform facility startup, checkout and commissioning, domestically and abroad.
Communicate with clients and management regarding status.
Coordinate with other engineering discipline and departments to ensure success.
This position will require data acquisition system design and implementation that will include temperature, pressure, model positioning, system and human safety, and other advanced systems to meet the needs of today’s growing technology industry.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
MINIMUM EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND /OR SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Software Engineering from an ABET accredited program.
3-5 years experience in control systems or data acquisition systems.
Candidate must be experienced in software skills such as LabVIEW, C/C++/C#. Proficiency in other programming languages is a bonus. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office programs is required.
The successful candidate will have:
An interest and background in electronics and instrumentation, specifically in control and data acquisition related areas such as motion systems, sensors/transmitters, actuators, PID control, high speed data storage, communication networks.
The primary responsibility of the candidate is to perform data acquisition systems engineering with work that will spread across control systems and data acquisition systems.
The ability to estimate work, track and assess progress, set technical direction, develop ingenious alternative approaches when necessary, and similar skills are the secondary requirements for a successful candidate.
A drive to participate on teams or alone to design, develop, and deliver control and data acquisition system projects that achieve the technical requirements, are within budget, and within schedule is an important requirement of the candidate.
This position is open to US citizens only.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION
Unusual or Special Physical Requirements of Position
% of Time
Special clothing/equipment (wearing)
Must maneuver in and around facility equipment while obtaining field measurements and performing equipment troubleshooting. 15%
May bring candidate in proximity of extreme temperature variations, rotating equipment, and high noise levels. 5%
Will likely be in proximity of electrical and other hazards. Appropriate PPE must be worn and may include eye protection, hearing protection, and arc flash protection. 5%
Description of Work Environment
% of Time
Inside? Outside? Where
Work will mainly be performed inside in office, lab environment, or indoors on a construction site. 95%
Field work may include outside work. 5%
Travel will be required to attend customer meetings and perform field work. 30%
Equipment and Machines Involved in Work Tasks
% of Time
Tools used in trade
Work with general office equipment (computers, fax, telephones, copiers, etc) 80%
Control Devices such as PLCs, HMIs, VFDs, motor controls, industrial instrumentation, data acquisition measurement systems, etc. 50%
Handheld equipment such as digital multimeters and oscilloscopes. 10%
Criticality of Attendance
% of Time
Overtime, regular days, off days
Shift, 2nd, 3rd
Necessity for regular attendance
Occasional overtime required to meet demanding schedules 15%
During field assignments, 2 nd or 3 rd shift may be necessary 10%
Regular attendance is mandatory to meet schedules.
Other Essential Functions
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