Every day, manufacturing companies use software systems to plan and optimize their production, allowing them to produce faster, at better quality, and at lower costs. Although computer-aided manufacturing software has improved the industry to the benefit of consumers for decades, data continuity between manufacturing software systems remains a major challenge. At ModuleWorks, we consider ourselves in a key position to help the industry overcome these challenges due to our extensive network of industry partners in computer-aided manufacturing, industrial automation, and machine building. We aim to propose universal data models for the digital twin, that is the digital representation of real assets, of manufacturing resources. Under the name JobSetup, we will publish a set of commercial software libraries for handling these datasets. For this initiative, we’re looking for a Front-End Web Developer to develop a set of universal and re-combinable Web-UI components that can be utilized internally and by our partners to accelerate the development of systems that utilize or create digital descriptions of manufacturing resources.
As a contractor, you would be responsible for developing WebUI components for our JobSetup library.
In a small team, you will help develop front-end components and integrate them into a web application for our new software library JobSetup using TypeScript and Svelte. (Some Windows desktop applications with similar use cases already exist.) You will interface with colleagues in UI/UX design, backend development, and product management.
ModuleWorks develops software components for the CAD/CAM industry that are used to control and simulate CNC machines and robots. We use sophisticated mathematical concepts, data structures, and algorithms as well as modern development tools. With over 230 employees and more than 70% of the global market share, ModuleWorks is the leading company in this sector.