Siemens Hiring For Developer On Apr 2017 @ Gurgaon
Siemens Jobs 2017
|Skills||C/ C++, Java.|
|Last Date to Apply||ASAP|
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System Technology Developer is responsible for designing and developing application for systems integration solutions on Windows and Linux platforms.
- Develop applications for systems integration.
- Contribute to development of custom operating system image development.
- Develop applications in Powershell for systems integration.
- Implement infrastructure based on system requirements and design.
- Analyze and fix problems reported by Verification and Validation (V&V) department.
- Design and develop product features based on Siemens Product Lifecycle Management processes.
- Create Technical documentation (e.g. Administrator’s Manuals, User guide).
- BE/BTech in Computer Science or equivalent.
- At least 3 years experience.
- Experience in any one or more programming language, e.g. VBscript, Powershell, C/ C++, Java.
- Knowledge of configuring and monitoring Windows components using a programming interface, e.g. Windows API, WMI, Powershell.
- Worked in Six Sigma and/or CMMi (at least level 3) process organization.
- Good communication skills.
- Knowledge of Java or C++.
- Experience in using version control systems such as ClearCase.
- MCSE Certification.
- Experience in shell programming on Linux.