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Simio LLC is an enterprise software business with a disruptive product uniquely positioned to improve the design and operation of our clients’ businesses. Simio is based on ground-breaking simulation technology and is entrusted with decision making by the world’s largest companies and organizations. We are an agile, fast-growing business solving the challenges of the 4th industrial revolution. If you want to join a team of smart, curious people focused on cracking new and exciting challenges, we want you.

About Simio
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Current Openings

Sr Software Engineer

Who is Simio and what are we looking for?

At Simio we develop and sell a portfolio of software applications that help companies solve their most challenging problems. We are a very stable 12-year-old small company that is experiencing tremendous growth because of the impact global supply chain pressures are having on companies across a broad range of industries. Simio’s intellectual property and industrial know-how are at the core of our secret sauce. Our growth is creating job opportunities across the company. Specific to our world-class software development organization, we are looking for both tenured and early-career software engineers to help take our desktop and cloud-based simulation modeling products to new heights. The scope of your role will vary based on your experience level, but we have plenty of development opportunities to challenge and excite software engineers across all experience levels. When you join Simio’s development organization, you will be part of the forward software development team which is responsible for enhancing the user experience by implementing new features, expanding the capabilities of our applications by adding new functionality, improving application performance, fixing defects, automating software testing and validation processes, and ensuring our development environment is built to support our rapid pace of innovation and production.

Why join Simio?

  • Does developing complex code that ships software every three weeks sound exciting to you?
  • Do you currently develop software in a highly regulated industry where you feel your creativity is stifled, and you are looking for a more challenging role?
  • At Simio you will not hear the words SAFe, waterfall, or waterfragile, and we do not practice bulky SDLCs. We run 3-week sprints, which reduces the frequency of overplanning and agile ceremonies. Over the course of a 3-week (15 day / 120 hour) sprint cycle, less than 10% of your time will be spent in recurring meetings.
  • We are a fast growing, profitable, small business with over a thousand customers spread around the globe. We work with companies ranging in size from regional small/medium businesses to multi-national Fortune 100 enterprises. We are sure you will recognize many of the names on our customer list.
  • We offer a flexible work environment with options for working from our headquarters in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, to working remotely, or a combination of both. Our office is not filled with rows and rows of cubes as far as the eye can see. When you work at our headquarters, you will be in a good-sized office with a door and only one officemate, so you can concentrate and collaborate when and how you want.
  • We prefer Pittsburgh-based team members but if you are not in the ‘Burgh and Simio sounds like the place you want to work, please apply!
  • We are hiring at all levels of the software development career ladder based on your experience. Simio is a company made up almost entirely of engineers and we have a mix of tenured, mid-career, and early-career team members who enjoy collaborating, finding solutions to complex problems, and helping our customers to be successful.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or related field
  • 5+ years’ experience.

Preferred experience:

  • Experience designing and developing commercial software applications
  • Extensive experience with object-oriented programming, preferably C# but not required
  • Experience with relational databases and Structured Query Language (SQL) 
  • Working within a traditional Scrum setting
    • Actively participate in the refinement and review of User Stories
    • Demonstrate complex topics to a diverse audience in Sprint Reviews
    • Provide guidance by identifying and articulating problems in retrospective, assist in finding solutions, and potentially driving them to conclusion
  • Experience developing cloud applications using PaaS/SaaS is a plus
  • Experience working with and improving software delivery processes using CI/CD pipelines a plus

Apply Now

Staff Software Engineer

Who is Simio and what are we looking for?

At Simio we develop and sell a portfolio of software applications that help companies solve their most challenging problems. We are a very stable 12-year-old small company that is experiencing tremendous growth because of the impact global supply chain pressures are having on companies across a broad range of industries. Simio’s intellectual property and industrial know-how are at the core of our secret sauce. Our growth is creating job opportunities across the company. Specific to our world-class software development organization, we are looking for both tenured and early-career software engineers to help take our desktop and cloud-based simulation modeling products to new heights. The scope of your role will vary based on your experience level, but we have plenty of development opportunities to challenge and excite software engineers across all experience levels. When you join Simio’s development organization, you will be part of the forward software development team which is responsible for enhancing the user experience by implementing new features, expanding the capabilities of our applications by adding new functionality, improving application performance, fixing defects, automating software testing and validation processes, and ensuring our development environment is built to support our rapid pace of innovation and production.

Why join Simio?

  • Does developing complex code that ships software every three weeks sound exciting to you?
  • Do you currently develop software in a highly regulated industry where you feel your creativity is stifled, and you are looking for a more challenging role?
  • At Simio you will not hear the words SAFe, waterfall, or waterfragile, and we do not practice bulky SDLCs. We run 3-week sprints, which reduces the frequency of overplanning and agile ceremonies. Over the course of a 3-week (15 day / 120 hour) sprint cycle, less than 10% of your time will be spent in recurring meetings.
  • We are a fast growing, profitable, small business with over a thousand customers spread around the globe. We work with companies ranging in size from regional small/medium businesses to multi-national Fortune 100 enterprises. We are sure you will recognize many of the names on our customer list.
  • We offer a flexible work environment with options for working from our headquarters in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, to working remotely, or a combination of both. Our office is not filled with rows and rows of cubes as far as the eye can see. When you work at our headquarters, you will be in a good-sized office with a door and only one officemate, so you can concentrate and collaborate when and how you want.
  • We prefer Pittsburgh-based team members but if you are not in the ‘Burgh and Simio sounds like the place you want to work, please apply!
  • We are hiring at all levels of the software development career ladder based on your experience. Simio is a company made up almost entirely of engineers and we have a mix of tenured, mid-career, and early-career team members who enjoy collaborating, finding solutions to complex problems, and helping our customers to be successful.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or related field
  • 10+ years’ experience.

Preferred experience:

  • Extensive experience designing and developing commercial software applications
  • Extensive experience with object-oriented programming, preferably C# but not required
  • Experience with relational databases and Structured Query Language (SQL) 
  • Working within a traditional Scrum setting
    • Actively participate in the refinement and review of User Stories
    • Demonstrate complex topics to a diverse audience in Sprint Reviews
    • Provide guidance by identifying and articulating problems in retrospective, assist in finding solutions, and potentially driving them to conclusion
  • Experience developing cloud applications using PaaS/SaaS is a plus
  • Experience working with and improving software delivery processes using CI/CD pipelines a plus

Apply Now

Simio Benefits

Benefits for full time employees include Salary, Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, and 401K with Matching Funds. All positions above are located in Sewickley, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

All positions require authorization to work in the United States (Simio generally does not sponsor employment authorization).

If you are interested in any of the above positions, we are anxious to hear from you. Please send your resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and availability date to: Shelly Barber, Simio LLC 504 Beaver Street, Sewickley, PA 15143 or careers@simio.com. Please put your last name and identify the position in the subject line.

Simio LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Simio LLC is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Simio LLC does not discriminate on the basis of gender in compensation or benefits for women and men who work in the same establishment and perform jobs that require equal skill, effort, and responsibility and which are performed under similar conditions.

Simio LLC will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship. An employee with a disability for which reasonable accommodation is needed should contact a Human Resources Manager to discuss possible solutions.