MTM – Software & sensor processing engineer | SAAB

mrt 28, 2022

At Saab, we constantly look ahead and push boundaries for what is considered technically possible. We collaborate with colleagues around the world who all share our challenge – to make the world a safer place.

What you will be part of:

Saab Traffic Management (TM) serves customers around the globe with advanced solutions that enable the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. There are three operating units within TM: Maritime Traffic Management (MTM) solutions include Automatic Identification Systems (AIS), port and vessel traffic management information systems (VTMIS), hydrographics, and precision navigation; Air Traffic Management (ATM) provides airport surface safety and efficiency systems and tools, tower automation and advanced research, development and evaluation solutions. Public Safety and Security (PSS) which is the world leading solution provider for mission critical integrated operations. In the Operations department of Saab Technologies, all solutions to functional challenges are defined, designed, implemented, integrated and tested.

The Operations department consists of an enthusiastic team of software engineers, systems engineers, product managers and support engineers, organized in Scrum development teams. The final software products of Saab are applied in various projects globally, in the area of Vessel Traffic Services, Offshore Platform Protection and Coastal Surveillance systems.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic, innovative and engaged Software Engineer in the area of Sensor Processing for the division Maritime Traffic Management.

Make your jumpstart at Saab!

Your role:

You are responsible for the design, architecture, development, documentation and integration of software solutions, as part of a small team of engineering professionals. Our software and its development process is customer-value driven, to supply internationally 24/7 operated products that provide safety, efficiency and security. Your focus will be on maintaining existing software, which is mission-critical and has a worldwide installed base. Particular attention is paid to cyber security, performance improvements, ease of deployment, and smaller feature development. We are looking for a candidate with a strong mathematical and sensor data processing background who wants to become a Sensor processing Expert for the Maritime Traffic Management division.

 

Your skills and experience:

The following are examples of qualifications and skills that are applicable for the role. It is not a requirement that you possess all of the below, one or more may be sufficient:

  • Bachelor or Master degree in Software Engineering or Mathematics;
  • Relevant experience as Software Engineer;
  • Preferred experience with mathematical modelling;
  • Knowledge of radar technology;
  • Eager to solve complex problems;
  • You communicate fluently in English;
  • Commitment to want to develop into a target tracking expert;
  • Analytical, self-driven, flexible, creative and result oriented.

If you feel that this job seems to be interesting, you enjoy working with modern technology and you have some of the skills and merits mentioned above, then you should contact us or send in your application.

Saab is a global security company operating in the fields of air, land and naval defence, civil security and commercial aeronautics. We number 15,500 employees and have operations on all continents. Technologically we are leaders in many areas, and one-fifth of our earnings are spent on research and development. Saab is also a company with opportunities. A company where we see diversity as an asset and where you have both considerable responsibility and good opportunities for advancing in your career. But also a company that respects each person’s needs for a rewarding life beyond work.

 

Interested?

If you want to know more about this job offer, you can contact Simone Moerkerk by mail : saab@thechaincompany.nl.

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