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The Test Engineer will work closely with software development, assay development, and systems engineers to support validation of software installation and integration within the menu management team. This role is an intersection of hardware design and assay performance. The ideal candidate will be strong technically and have good experience and knowledge with software testing and assay development. Candidates must be local to the area. 

Responsibilities of the Test Engineer:

•Be a key contributor on the menu management team that develops software for commercial, medical devices

•Prototype, design, implement and maintain software applications.

•Participate in cross-functional project teams to resolve issues.

•Work in an obeya environment with cross functional teams on new product development.

•Participate in sprint planning and sprint demos.

Qualifications of the Test Engineer: 

•Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, Biochemistry, or relevant engineering degree 

  • 2 years of related experience required 

•Ability to develop comprehensive test plans and protocols based on requirements, risk analysis, and designs

• Ability to work in a fast-paced, and often ambiguous environment where continuous improvement is a way of life.

• Ability to work independently and proactively with minimal direction.

• Excellent communication skills.

• Familiarity with hardware troubleshooting and/or biochemistry is a plus.

• Familiarity with medical device development regulations.

• Understanding of software development processes for a regulated environment (ISO9000/FDA) is a plus



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