What does a skeyes Software Support Engineer do?
You collaborate on projects to renew and improve the ATM Software that we developed in-house.
Software life cycle
You apply software engineering management techniques on planned and current software projects and ensure their quality and safety.
Analysis and documentation
You analyse operational needs, the requests for modifications or new projects, and the data that are provided within the various internal software packages. Furthermore, you provide the technical documentation, you formulate the necessary requirements and you draw up user guides.
Test and validation
In our sector safety always comes first. Before a software product is being used or modified, you will of course test it thoroughly. You are the one who organizes and performs the technical tests and you also take your responsibility during the operational validation test. You make sure that all the necessary safety steps are carried out and followed up.
Integration and implementation
Is the software that was developed by skeyes ready for launch? Then you are responsible for preparing and integrating it in the operational environment and for coordinating and communicating with technical and operational services. You coordinate the operational putting into service.
Contact for users
Of course, those users are our air traffic controllers in the first place. But also our technical services, the planning service, airport mediation, the airports themselves,… use the data generated by our software. You support them in case of problems and questions, you manage the user data, draft user guides and you assist our air traffic controllers and technicians in their training when new software packages are being used.
What makes you the perfect Software Support Engineer?
What we offer:
All skeyes employees share the same ambition: to perpetuate humanity’s age-old dream of flying. skeyes is one of the pillars that make this dream a reality every day.
Our mission is to ensure the safety and efficiency of air traffic, and also to reduce its ecological footprint in order to make it part of a sustainable future.
After all, today, contributing to the development of aviation means playing an economic and social role on a global scale. It means creating new prospects for many other sectors of the economy, while at the same time respecting the environment.
And what about you? Do you share this ambition? If you do, then we invite you to join our team to make it happen.