Test Development Engineer
Job Description: Debugs software products through the use of systematic tests to develop, apply, and maintain quality standards for company products. Develops, modifies, and executes software test plans. Analyzes and writes test standards and procedures. Maintains documentation of test results to assist in debugging and modification of software. Analyzes test results to ensure correct functionality, determine root causes of failures and recommends corrective action. Consults with development engineers in resolution of problems. Provides feedback in preparation of technical appraisals of programming languages, systems, and computation software.
Storage is an integral part of our lives. All money transactions in the world are stored as data in the computer systems of banks. Lose that data and there is no money left. As a Test Development Engineer, you will test and validate software with Intel storage, ensuring the software, firmware, and hardware function as one. Your impact is large, and your workday is anything but ordinary.
You will be responsible for driving the Validation of next generation storage, which includes test design, automation, execution in our state of-the-art lab, results analysis, bug detection and root cause analysis. You must be able to develop relationships and work cross-functionally with other team members, including HW, SW, and driver teams. Self motivation and problem solving are valued as you will need to understand hardware, firmware and software interactions.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science and 5 or more years experience in the following:
3 or more years of experience in test automation
- developing, modifying and executing software test plans.
- C/C++ or scripting languages (Perl, Ruby, etc.)
- validation and debugging
Knowledge of Storage, specifically SSD
Excellent hardware and/or software interfacing skills
Knowledge of Linux, VMware, and/or Windows or development
Good Problem Solving skills
Jan 20, 2014
The Datacenter and Connected Systems group drives new products and technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power nine of every 10 servers sold worldwide.
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