Vanderlande North America

  • Software Architect

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  • Overview

    Vanderlande is the global market leader in baggage handling systems for airports, and sorting systems for parcel and postal services. The company is also a leading supplier of warehouse automation solutions. Established in 1949, Vanderlande has over 4,300 employees, all committed to moving its customers’ businesses forward at diverse locations on every continent. With a consistently increasing order intake of more than 1.2 billion euros, it has established a global reputation over the past six decades as a highly reliable partner for value-added automated material handling solutions.


    • Create the design and architecture for logistics software systems
    • Testing and delivering to the customer on-site for operation
    • Lead the technical development team based on defined specifications
    • Perform cost analysis based on the system requirements  throughout the development phase
    • Verify the quality of the software
    • Supporting project requirements and supporting the software developers in your role as an expert in the implementation
    • Create test concepts in advance of process tests as well as for automated unit testing
    • Based on the defined test plans you will check and support the needed process tests
    • Take the finished software systems to our customer on-site worldwide for operation and thus, you ensure that the designed concepts work reliably and problem free
    • Software design experience in UML2. 0 or BPMN is an added plus


    • Willingness to travel internationally
    • Dedicated, responsible team player with strong analytical skills, who keeps his goals in sight and is able to inspire others for a common mission
    • 8-13 years of work experience in software development (including database applications, Oracle PL/SQL) in particular with the development of languages C#/ Java under Windows




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