Looking for LabVIEW Developer with 2-3 years of experience for Mumbai based Company

Software Plantation, Mumbai is currently looking for LabVIEW Developer who can contribute to the development of automated test, data acquisition, and control systems using National Instruments LabVIEW.
This position is located at Lokhandwala, Andheri West, Mumbai.
Applicant must meet the following criteria:
2+ years of LabVIEW experience.
Should be from Engineering background.
Knowledge of various communication protocols like RS-232, Modbus, USB, etc.
Knowledge of NI DAQ hardware boards.
Automated test, measurement, data acquisition, and/or control experience.
Good at documentation.
Knowledge of Software Development Cycle
Must be able to meet objectives as directed.
Ability to effectively work independently.
Ability to contribute and work in a team environment.
Ability to adapt to changing requirements, rapidly absorb new concepts, and apply them effectively.
Good communication skills.
CLAD certified developer will be preferred. Knowledge of C/C++, Linux is an added advantage.
If your background and qualifications match this position, please send your resume via email with subject line as: 'LabVIEW Developer Application'.
E-Mail: [email protected] 
Note: Please do not post your resume on the job forum. Mail it to the above mentioned email ID.

Kindly send me your resumes on [email protected]

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