• Software Applications Engineer

    Job Locations US-MA-Canton
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/25/2018 5:07 PM)
    # of Openings
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Copley Controls is part of Analogic Corporation, a manufacturer of medical and security imaging systems.  Copley is a worldwide leader in high performance motion solutions for OEMs in the semiconductor, life sciences, automated assembly/inspection, and COTS military industries.  Copley motor drives are the most innovative in the industry and employ a wide variety of hardware and software technologies.

    Our motion control group has a position available for a Software Applications Engineer.  Working as a bridge between customers and engineering teams, the successful candidate will support our customer’s design and prototyping of their systems using our products.


    • Work directly with customers to provide support during their development cycle
    • Write example programs to that demonstrate how to use Copley’s software products
    • Debug customer software used in complex motion systems
    • Provide technical support for our software and hardware products
    • Work with a variety of engineering disciplines to solve customer issues
    • Maintain the bug and feature requests
    • Provide training to distributors and customers for our products
    • Visit customer and distributor sites to provide software support and training


    • 2+ years as an applications engineer
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to communicate technical information both inside and outside the company
    • Strong customer service and teamwork skills
    • Knowledge of issue tracking software such as Jira
    • Knowledge of Object Oriented programming languages including C++, C#, Python, VB ,NET
    • S. in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science or related discipline
    • A minimum of 10% travel is required for this position


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