Work closely with UI/UX Designers as well as developers from other disciplines, to develop instructor station software;
Participate in the analysis, design, coding, testing, validation, and integration of the simulation platform and the associated user interface (GUI) on flight simulators;
Develop and integrate UI elements into the application, including: WPF control libraries, web interactive modules, animated transitions, and design patterns;
Test and debug UI content to meet design, performance and reliability specifications;
Travelling outside the country may be required.
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or equivalent;
Minimum 5 years of experience in software development for desktop applications;
Expertise in Graphical User Interface development;
Experience with object-oriented programming, UML, C++, or C#, .NET, in MS Windows environment;
Knowledge of Web and SOA architectural principles;
Ability to work within an established team;
Must be eligible to meet requirements of Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP), American International Trade in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and Canadian government security clearance to secret level with NATO access;
Keen interest in real-time modelling and simulation systems (an asset);
Good bilingual communication skills in English and French.