Pay Rate 60 on W2 MAX Duration 12 months Location Murrysville, PA Description NBS Expansion This position requires experience writing C or Java code. Please do not submit any candidates who do not have hands-on, demonstrable coding experience. Job Title Automated Test Engineer Summary Create and conduct Automated Test activities as an active member of project teams designing and developing stand-alone medical device software. Software applications are developed for the web, clientserver, Android andor IOS platforms. Job Description In this role, you will be the face of automated quality for our stand-alone software medical device systems. You will work with the project team to analyze requirements, identify automatable scenarios, and write and run the testing scenarios at various phases and levels to ensure that the products meet the requirements and intended use. You Are Responsible For o Using Java or C, writing detailed automated test procedures that evaluate medical devices and systems against documented mechanical, electrical andor software requirements (verifying requirements are met). o Conducting statistical analysis of test results. o Maintaining and controlling test execution records using good lab practices. o Learning new technologies and gaining an understanding of system architectures. o Automating all tests possible o Working with system level, multi-disciplined engineering projects. o Makes risk-based decisions, balancing business and compliance issues. o Analyzing product and sub-system requirements. o Analyzing and verifying medical device designs. Required Skills And Experience o Must have C or Java experience in writing code. Associated topics: process, prevent, prevention, qa, quality assurance, quality assurance analyst, quality assurance engineer, quality assurance lead, software quality engineer, software quality assurance engineer
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