Systems engineers are responsible for building technology with a wide range of uses, from collecting threat information to protecting infrastructure to monitoring the climate. The role is data-centered and involves collaborating and coordinating with software development teams to build software that helps improve functionality of aircraft and marine vessels. As well, systems engineers may investigate ways to better analyze and interpret recorded data.
part-time, contract, full-time
Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick
Professional Engineer Certification
What you do
A Systems Engineer (Computer Networking / IT) performs some or all of the following duties:
- Supervise, inspect and provide design support during the manufacturing, installation and implementation of computer and telecommunications software/hardware
- Develop and conduct design verification simulations and prototype bench tests of components
- Lead and co-ordinate teams of engineers, technologists, technicians and drafters in the design and development of computer and telecommunications software/hardware
- Install, configure, test and maintain operating systems, application software and system management tools
- Manage and monitor all installed systems and infrastructure
What you need
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Ability to think analytically and logically
- Keen interest in technology and the development of computer systems and equipment
- Strong math skills
- Effective communication skills
- Strong sense of creativity
Who's hiring in Atlantic Canada?
The Junior Software Developer will work closely with a highly skilled team to work on challenging projects and deliverables, including developing C++ software for Microsoft Windows.
Your Career Pathway
Post-Secondary Educational Programs
Certification attests that the holder has met provincial requirements for the occupation. Certification is required to practice this profession.