Ref No: DT17485
County Galway, Republic of Ireland
TEST SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER - County Galway.
In this role you will drive Test Engineering best practices from Prototyping to Series Production.
Leverage World Class R&D and Production Teams, both locally and internationally, to quickly understand project requirements, risks, milestones and develop test strategy timing plans and deliverables.
Project manage internal/external development of test systems
Drive mindset of Continuous Improvement
Provide Test System development cost/timeline estimates to support customer RFQ's
Development/ Integration/ Testing of cutting edge technologies, latest communication standards and automation techniques to the Test Framework
Development and evaluation of the latest programming techniques and environment features to understand potential benefit to future/existing processes.
Project manage internal/external development of test systems/code modules
Develop software in line with software guidelines
Provide informal and formal (documented) training as part of project handover to Production
Review requirements and add development comments in DOORS
Provide detailed reporting to Team Lead/Test Manager on Project Status (Dashboard)
Document and shares LLC's as part of project
Drive CT improvements
Conduct post-release/ post-implementation testing
Generation Qualification Plan and statistical data to validate product test strategy
Generation of technical & training documentation
Interested applicants should have:
Degree in electronic engineering or equivalent.
Minimum 7 years' experience within electronics manufacturing environment.
NI LabVIEW and TestStand experience essential
Minimum CLD Certification in LabVIEW
Minimum CTD Certification in TestStand
Develop and automate tests for software validation
Ideally experience in camera testing & test methodology
Experience in NI FPGA / Hardware
Experience in document writing is required, i.e. procedures, specifications, reports, etc.
General software packages skills – Minitab, DOORS, CoreALM, SVN, Bugzilla, etc.