Our graphical user-interface is constantly evolving with new functionality that makes process modelling an easy job for engineers
Your tasks will comprise:
• Develop the graphical user-interface (GUI), which also includes implementing more complex algorithms.
• Introduce model revisions (underlying the GUI) in a stepwise manner and push these at well-thought-out instants in time.
• Improving software quality by diagnosing and fixing defects.
• Maintain and develop automated testing procedures.
• Other tasks may be added based on actual circumstances.
The candidate should have:
• A solid understanding of GUI development and principles.
• Programming experience with C++, C# and the .NET framework.
• A precise way of working, quality above coding speed.
• Experience with openGL (desired, not mandatory).
• The ability to match new code/functionality with the existing software architecture.
• The ability to manage and push forward revisions in the software architecture at well-considered instants in time.
• The ability to embrace criticism.
• Affinity with simulation tools that are based on the Finite Element Method (FEM).
• Knowledge of the working principles of finite elements (desired, not mandatory).
• Fluent communication in Dutch and/or English is mandatory.
• This is a full-time job (40 hours a week), but part-time is negotiable.
• Working in our Enschede office, but part-time working from home is negotiable.
• You’ll get a lot of freedom in your work strategy to find your optimum in efficiency, creativity and joy.
• You’ll become part of a small, creative, and technical team that develops simulation software for the aerospace and automotive industry. It is great to see your creations being used by professionals in those industries.
• We are flexible in scheduling your working hours and accept part-time working from home. Mondays and Thursdays are reserved for on-site team meetings in Enschede.
• We have an open and flat organization, and an informal mentality.
• Our office is located within a research centre that houses passionate scientists, enabling great discussions during coffee and lunch breaks.
• Enschede is a university city having a cosy town centre, beautiful surrounding countryside, and a vibrant society.
Since 2008, AniForm develops numerical simulation software to simulate the forming of composite laminates. Using the software, engineers can predict process issues in the early design phase of composite products. More information can be found at www.aniform.com, where there’s also a link to a couple of demo videos. Our product is intended for use in the aerospace and automotive industry. Our customers are for example Boeing, Toray, Daher, Latecoere, DuPont, etc.
Our office is located in the ThermoPlastic composites Research Center (TPRC), which has its place of business at Palatijn 15, 7521PN Enschede. We’re working with five people on our product; we all have a mechanical engineering background. Half of the team is in direct contact with customers, performs services and translates customer needs into required model and software developments. The other half of the team has excellent programming skills and develops the software. AniForm is very flexible in terms of working hour schedule. To minimize travelling, the team works half of the time from home. We make sure to meet at least twice a week in Enschede for team discussions.
The current position is primarily focused on new developments on our user interface, written in C# and utilizes the .NET framework. Our simulator is written in C++. Mastering both languages is desired, in combination with a critical mind set as is generally required when writing in C++.
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