US-MA-Franklin: SQA Engineer IV
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SQA Engineer IV
Performs diversified technical duties involving testing, debugging and releasing software. Works from written and verbal instructions, specifications, test plans and engineering notes. Uses a variety of software test tools. Writes test procedures and interprets test data. Participates in Alpha and Beta site testing. Implements, revises and maintains quality standards for inspecting, testing and evaluating the precision and accuracy of products and production equipment. Assignments are complex and require independent action and decision making. The individual has proven customer interaction skills, equipment knowledge, and project management expertise.
Education required: Education: B.S. in EngineeringExperience: 6 to 8 years
· Experience with Automated Software testing such as Visual Test.· Understanding of the SMT and through hole manufacturing process.· Senior level knowledge of manufacturing engineering procedures.· Proven experience in quality control/workmanship standards.· Understanding of how to compute standard deviation and CPK values.· Knowledge of Speedline equipment and its applications, a plus.· Senior level test and debug skills in hardware, software, and mechanics.· Create engineering test procedure and plans.· Experience with Source Safe or other software version control software.· Experience with PVCS Tracker or other software bug tracking software.
Essential functions of the job (responsibilities):
· Manage and schedule process development work including conducting experiments and determining optimum operating parameters.· Develop test procedures from software test plans.· Conduct equipment acceptance testing.· Independently conduct the testing of hardware, software, new products, etc.· Plan, schedule, and independently conduct the testing of complex hardware, software, new products, etc.· Complete testing reports.
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