Posted in Information Technology 30+ days ago.
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Location: Austin, Texas
For 40 years, National Instruments has worked with engineers and scientists to provide answers to the most challenging questions. NI systems accelerate productivity, innovation, and discovery through an open, software-defined platform. This approach helps engineers develop and increase the performance of automated test and automated measurement systems.
Historically, National Instruments has been a top 100 employer of choice as ranked by several different sources, naming NI one of the top corporate citizens and best places to work. Maybe it is our fantastic work/life balance, or the Employee Stock Purchase Program and grants, or matching 401K, or picturesque campus with ponds, hiking trails, beach volleyball courts, and collaborative meeting spaces. If you want to work on cool stuff at a cool company, you’re in the right place! Here’s a snippet of some of our core industry leadership.
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The Information Technology (IT) department at National Instruments (NI) is looking for a Programmer Analyst for its corporate headquarters in Austin, Texas. Our Programmer Analysts support critical business areas by developing and implementing software applications for use globally and by coordinating with business users to solve complex problems. This Programmer Analyst will have the opportunity to quickly become an important contributor to our Marketing IT Applications team, supporting cloud-based platforms and internally developed applications.
The IT department at NI uses the latest application and database technologies to support our business. We are constantly researching new developments in the industry to improve existing systems and integrate those technologies into a single vision that connects NI’s corporate website, Sales & Marketing operations, financial systems and many other departments. Our Programmer Analysts work with teams around the world and participate in the full software development lifecycle.