THE ROLE: My client's System Engineering team is looking for talented engineers with a strong background in systems and firmware testing. Job responsibilities will encompass validating system, firmware and OS functionalities. The role will be embedded with the development team. This is a critical, high visibility role and will help bring the product from inception to final production. To excel in this role, you should be OK with changing directions, manage competing priorities, and controlled chaos on a daily basis. Key responsibilities include: ? Work closely with hardware and firmware development teams to create validation strategies for hardware and firmware. ? Identify and implement automation frameworks ? Perform low-level debugging and testing of hardware and firmware. ? Contribute to the development of verification strategy, test design, and test infrastructure. ? Participate actively in bug/issue triage with the feature teams and support well informed decisions towards business and engineering goals.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: ? Ability to think logically. ? Well articulated and have the ability to use common sense as required. ? Ability and desire to unblock yourself when stuck. ? Experience with Android, RTOS and motor controllers is a plus. ? A BS/MS in electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, or computer science. ? Experience testing and shipping products of medium to high complexity. ? Experience designing, implementing, debugging and/or testing systems software and complex embedded firmware. ? The ability to quickly ramp-up on complex and unfamiliar architecture. ? A good understanding of computer architecture. ? Willing to do some limited domestic or international travel **OPEN TO COMPLETE SPOONSORSHIP** Associated topics: equipment, infrastructure, ip, maintain, maintenance, network, satellite, server, system specialist, technician
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