C# programmer

Posted 2 months ago by Cyrus Bandani
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Job Description

SKF are looking for a C# programmer.

General information:

SKF is a leading global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems, and services which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. SKF is represented in more than 130 countries and has around 17,000 distributor locations worldwide. Annual sales in 2023 were SEK 100 billion and the number of employees was 40,000+.

Background and purpose:

This department is responsible for defining, developing, and maintaining the product technical specifications and ensuring the up-to-date product technical knowledge is used to bring value to SKF customers and employee in an innovative manner. One of the goals is to enhance the customer experience through increased efficiency, automation, and integration in the full value chain. This will be done partly through a digital transformation program.

This is a Request for Proposal (RFP) for services to assist SKF PD&E in its digital transformation program through programming activities. The work will be carried out at SKF Group’s premises in Gothenburg, Sweden.


The objective of this RFP is to engage a consultant to assist SKF PD&E in translating legacy Fortran programs into C# and the development of common routines for input/output handling within the scope of the digital transformation program.

Assignment description:

This department is looking for a temporary full-time C# programmer with FORTRAN knowledge to assist in the translation of legacy FORTRAN programs into C# and help develop common routines for input/output handling.

Key responsibilities:

  • Translation of legacy FORTRAN programs into C#.
  • Modularization of large design programs – Breaking the large programs down into smaller programs.
  • Develop common routines for input handling.
  • Develop common routines for error handling.
  • Develop common routines for output handling (different formats).