The software architect links the client to the developing team. As such, he/she is able to relate to both the business-oriented position of the client as well as the technical mindset of the developers. The software architect is experienced in software design according to structured methods and techniques. A solid background in programming enables the accurate management and guidance of the engineers in our India-based subsidiary.
ARS T&TT Marine Technology (MT), is a subsidiary of ARS T&TT and has extensive experience in the field of large-scale and complex ICT projects in the water and shipping sector. For example, the Operational Flow Model Rotterdam (OSR) which was developed for the Port of Rotterdam. The OSR consists of a set of solutions aimed at making accurate predictions of the water level, flow and salinity with associated end-user tools that contribute to improving the safety and efficiency of maritime traffic.
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About ARS T&TT
ARS Traffic & Transport Technology BV designs Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) for the challenges induced by the rapid growth of mobility worldwide. These challenging questions require 'intelligent' solutions.
A wide variety of in-house talent enables ARS T&TT to command all phases of the production process: design, development, implementation, operation and maintenance. ARS T&TT has a total of 350 employees spread over four offices in the Netherlands and two offices in India. The headquarters are located in The Hague.
Working at ARS T&TT means working in a dynamic, informal environment with open and short lines of communication. Find out more about ARS T&TT on www.ars.nl.
If you are interested in this position send us your CV and motivation letter to email@example.com. The application can be directed to Bodil Dirkers. We will get in touch with you to inform you about the selection procedure.
Of course you can always call to ask questions, you can reach us on +31 70 360 8559.
ARS T&TT is an equal opportunity employer. You can find additional information here