Business Unit: Diagnostic Imaging
Requisition Number: 245439
Primary Location: United States-Tennessee-Knoxville
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 5%
As a Software Automation Engineer you will focus on delivering effective and efficient test automation for the verification of PET-CT Scanners. This role requires excellent technical skills and soft skills especially communication. This role will work both locally with SW engineering and test teams but also with remote teams in Europe and Asia. Knowledge of how to design high quality software test cases alongside the experience of implementing Ranorex test automation frameworks is key to success in this role.
· Design and develop scalable automation framework
· Develop Automation software solutions by studying requirements, conferring with users, studying systems flow, data usage, and work processes, investigating problem areas following the software development lifecycle.
· Documents and demonstrates solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code.
· Supports and develops software engineers by providing advice, coaching and educational opportunities.
· Develop and realize plans for executing a comprehensive test automation strategy for medical imaging device software
· Provide continuous integration (CI) which includes interacting with team to promote CI best practices. Prioritize tests, build infrastructure and drive product quality.
· Contribute to or lead day-to-day activities of a global test team as appropriate
· Comply with project plans and industry standards
· Creation of automation frameworks using Ranorex, C#
· Test design
· Test planning
· Excellent communication skills
· Offshore resource collaboration
· Good team player
Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science or related field
Knowledge & Experience required
· 5+ years of experience in test automation
· Experience working with medical devices verification and/or PET systems would be highly beneficial but not required.