Friday, 18 March 2016

National Instruments Australia,Applications Engineer (Based in Sydney, Australia)



National Instruments, a technology pioneer and industry leader in virtual instrumentation for 37 years, delivers LabVIEW graphical software and open, modular instrumentation hardware for design, simulation, control, test, and manufacturing. Engineers and scientists in hundreds of industries use flexible, high-performance NI products to create reliable user-defined systems throughout the product design cycle to reduce time to market and lower development costs. 
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NI ha
s more than 7,000 employees worldwide and direct operations in more than 50 countries.
We are currently seeking highly motivated and professionally qualified Applications Engineer to join our team.
Responsibilities
  • Provide excellent technical support and conduct professional technical training on NI products
  • Handle product demonstration and promote virtual instrumentation to customers
  • Assist in the technical sales consultation and build conceptual prototypes
  • Setup and prepare for NI seminars and tradeshows
Pre-requisites
  • Minimum 2nd Lower Honor Degree in Electrical & Electronics or Mechatronics Engineering
  • Preferably with 1 – 2 years' relevant experience
  • Fresh graduates are welcomed to apply
  • Strong computer and software programming skills
  • Excellent command of English (both written and spoken)
  • Meticulous, independent and efficient in executing and overseeing assigned projects
  • Willing to travel (domestic and international) for business
Applicants must be results-oriented, customer-focused and be able to work both independently and in a team; possess good initiative and can-do attitude; as well as good interpersonal, communication, presentation and writing skills.
Please email your full resume, stating the position (including location) plus current and expected salaries to: recruit.aseananz@ni.com
(We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified)

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