Wright Brothers Flight Technology is looking for Software Engineers

Job content

  • Develop and integrate simulation software applications in various fields like flight models, visual and EFIS display systems, EGPWS, FMS and sound for the flight simulators mentioned above.
  • Collaborate with pilots and instructors to find technical solutions.
  • Testing software on integrated flight simulation training devices.



  • You have at least a bachelor degree in Computer Science engineering, Aerospace Engineering or have equivalent proven knowledge and experience.
  • You have design-level programming knowledge, and application-level aerospace knowledge.
  • You have more than 2 years programming experience with C ++.
  • You have knowledge (and experience) with development tools, like Visual Studio, CMake, or Qt.
  • You have worked within a systems engineering software design life cycle and preferably you have worked with Scrum.
  • You have full professional proficiency in English.


What you get

  • Working in a growing, dynamic, international team with insight fuelled by enthusiasm and experience
  • An extraordinary chance to learn and grow
  • A competitive salary and flexible working hours
  • Being involved in a very exciting product and a great team behind it
  • Care about team spirit and and several company events per year
  • A healthy and joyful working environment



Please send your application to jkwakernaak@wright-brother.com.

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