Java-Programmer (m/f/d) for Java/Eclipse-Development of an Inhouse-Tool

Are you familiar with Eclipse, EMF, RCP, ...? Is it not a foreign concept for you?

Your tasks

Tool Chain Analyzer (TCA) is an Inhouse-tool for modeling and the analysis of tool chains.

Analyzer for Tools, Libraries And Software (ATLAS) is an Inhouse-Tool which supports the analysis and the qualification of Librarys and the creation of code for testing.

These tools were developed with Eclipse (EMF, RCP, …).

Your tasks will include the further development of this tools using agile methods, the creation of test cases, as well as advising users on how to use the tools properly.

Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to participate in research projects for the development and improvement of the Process Modeling Tool (PMT) and the Verification and Validation Tool (VVT).

The PMT is a tool for modeling, validation and documentation of safety processes.

The VVT is used to ensure the quality and safety standard compliance of our projects (V&V).

We offer you

  • An attractive salary
  • Meaningful, practice-oriented with a clearly recognizable value
  • Flat hierarchies, short decision-making paths
  • Collegial and familiar working environment
  • Exciting corporate and team events
  • Spacious office rooms
  • Work-life balance through flexible working times & possibility to work from home
  • Convenient central location in Munich (directly at the S-Bahn station Hackerbrücke)

You have the following knowledge

  • Studies in computer science, electrical engineering or a comparable field of study
  • Experience in object-oriented programming languages (Java, Python, …)
  • If applicable, experience in GUI development, testing of software and GIT.
  • Ideally first knowledge in Eclipse E4, EMF, RCP

You have the following skills

  • Independent and methodical work
  • Quality awareness
  • Analytical thinking
  • Good communication and team skills
  • Very good knowledge of German and English

Apply at

Dr. Peter Braun
Tel +49 (89) 5388669-0