Jeppesen Software Customization Engineer - Crew Support team in Göteborg, Sweden
At Jeppesen we create amazing software that helps millions of passengers around the world to safely and efficiently reach their destination. Look up in the sky and you will see a quarter of a million crew members on thousands of aircraft, flying schedules produced by our software. We are the best in the world at what we do. We are the preferred choice for the world’s premiere airlines such as Lufthansa, Swiss, Delta Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Qatar Airways, SAS, Turkish Airlines, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Qantas, Singapore Airlines and many others.
One of our guiding tenets is striving to continuously improve and we are on a journey to transform to an even more agile, even leaner and even more dynamic organization. You will work in a one-of-a-kind software development organization with fascinating solutions that make a real difference to people around the world, every second of the day. You will be surrounded by extremely talented colleagues, up for any challenge and who will not hesitate to challenge you. You will have the opportunity to learn and broaden your views by working with more than 200 engineers from more than 30 different nations, all under the same roof. Most importantly, you will be expected to make a difference.
Within the Crew Support department at Jeppesen we work in close cooperation with our customers to continuously improve and adapt their complex installation to fit their changing business needs. We are looking for someone to join one of our skilled support teams to implement enhancements for our existing customers. We believe you have strong communication skills both inside a team and towards clients, and can explain decisions and technical solutions in a pedagogical and confident way.
Your main focus will be development tasks, including understanding the client’s needs, capturing requirements, writing design specifications, developing software, verifying quality and testing.
You will be based in Gothenburg and are expected to travel to our customers from time to time.
Knowledge and Skills
- MSc in Computer Science / Computer Engineering / Physics Engineering or equivalent
- At least 2 years Software development experience in Python
- Strong analytical and software development skills and a talent for and interested in programming
- Experienced in customer interaction and requirement gathering
- Consider quality and test as a natural part of software development. Experience of test tools is an asset
- Experience of working within a scrum team or in similar agile project setups
- Familiar with Linux environment and shell scripting
- Fluency in English
- An analytical approach to problem solving
- Strong communication skills both within and outside of your team
- An interest for technology as well as human relations
- Enthusiastic and positive
We put great emphasis on your personal characteristics. We value individuals who have an analytical approach to problem solving, strong communication skills both within and outside your team and an interest for technology as well as human relations. The candidate must be driven, enthusiastic, have a positive attitude, never settle and are comfortable with change. We are looking for both junior and senior candidates.
At Jeppesen in Gothenburg, more than 350 employees from over 30 countries develop, implement and support cutting-edge resource optimization systems for airlines and railways. We solve some of the most intricate problems you can imagine – in one of the most exciting and dynamic industries you can find.
Jeppesen’s crew and fleet management solutions are mainly developed in Gothenburg, with support from our offices in Montreal, Singapore, and New York. Jeppesen has 3,500 employees worldwide and is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, USA. Founded on the production of aeronautical charts, the company celebrated 80 years of guiding pilots safely to their destinations in 2014.
Jeppesen is a subsidiary of Boeing, the world’s leading aerospace company. Boeing is headquartered in Chicago, U.S.A., employing more than 160 000 people in 70 countries