FFT software developer and technical writer
...enthusiastic and outstanding! ... helpful and present! ...young and smart!... ah, almost forgot:
This is in a nutshell the Lugera team in Romania.
A bunch of dedicated, happy people ready to face in a natural, positive and friendly fashion all your challenges... a bunch of people at the service of people, unconditionally!
We started with hope in our souls and a smile on our faces when many others were there, way ahead of us.
We managed to make our voice heard out loud and the warmth of our hearts touched each and every recruitment we accomplished... why? ...because we are caring people, driven by the power of
“WE CAN DO IT!”
And you know what? We continue this way! And Lugera Republic is whatever republic should be: smiles on every face, glamour on every "street", laughter and success in every "building"!
Everyone who applies for a Lugera job is officially a citizen of our republic!
Relevant and recent experience in the Friendly Force Tracking (FFT) domain;
Relevant and recent experience in the writing and redaction of NATO Information Exchange Specification (IES) and NATO communication standards;
Experience in using development tools (e.g. Maven, Jira, TestRail) and methodologies (e.g. Agile);
Experience in documenting source code and design, online help;
Relevant and recent experience in implementing and testing TCP based communication protocols;
Relevant and recent experience in documenting communication protocols and in redacting NATO standardization documents;
Recent experience in working with a software development team.
Fluency in English.
Editing/redacting the ADatP-36(A)(2) standard analysing and incorporating, where needed, the received national comments;
Editing/redacting initial draft of the ADatP-36(B) standard;
Developing/testing the ADatP-36(A)(2) and ADatP-36(B) FFT automated business rules (schematron/XSLT);
Providing ad-hoc FFT tools support.