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Senior Engineer
Cupertino, CA 95014
1 year and extendable
Domain: Consumer Electronics
Must have : Python, C/C++ (preferably Python), LabView
• Work closely with the design team to analyze the requirements and help with defining the test criteria
• Work with the team to develop the automated functional and regression tests using apple’s testing framework. 
• Actively participate in code reviews conducted by the developers
• Evaluate existing testing methodologies and suggest new techniques that will help us deliver high-quality features faster.
• Improve, maintain, and execute automated functional, regression, testing codebase
• Maintain a solid understanding of Test workflows, automation best practices, and agile methodologies
        • Maintain proficiency in application and use of systems, tools, and processes within the Technology department.
        • Take a lead role in QA Roadmap initiatives
Basic Qualifications:   
        • BS/MS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, electrical engineering or similar technical field
        • 3+ years of experience as a Software Development, Test Automation.
        • Experience in embedded hardware, software test automation.  
        • Demonstrated experience in test framework design and development
        • Excellent communication, collaboration, reporting, analytical and problem-solving skills
        • Proficient with Agile testing methodologies and best practices
Mandatory Skills:
• Strong programming skills with Python, C/C++ (preferably Python), LabView  Expert  
• Excellent fundamental knowledge of data structures, algorithms, and object-oriented design   
• Experience with embedded system hardware/software test automation.    
• Experience with Functional, factory line, diagnostic, reliability testing   
• Experience defining test plans and designing/developing the automation.   
• Experience with Linux, real time operating systems (bonus) 
• Passion for testing and quality engineering 
• Experience with bash scripting

 Reach me at chaitu@fraank.com for more information 

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