• Principal Engineer, Software (QA Architect)

    The Principal Engineer- QA Architect will be joining the Engineering team to help guide and drive the testing solutions and quality assurance processes.   You will work with the development teams as we deliver high quality solutions that enable Clean Energy Microgrids.  You will be a thought leader for the Heila Engineering organization on Quality/Testing of our software products & tools.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Work with Software Development teams to enable them to develop strong test solutions.
    • Drive both defect detection and defect prevention processes and attitudes.
    • Work with Software/Solution Architects and engineering managers to provide vision and architecture for Heila Software Quality processes and infrastructure.
    • Push company innovation efforts to stay up to date on software industry trends and best practices in quality approaches, tools, and techniques.
    • Document top level test plans and approaches.
    • Directly contribute to the Implementation of test infrastructure and test plans.
    • Work with the software developers and management to ensure transparency of quality processes and product quality attributes.
    • Lead through mentoring of junior QA engineers.

    Skills/Requirements

    • 10+ years of experience in Software QA. 7+ years of experience in QA of software products that are delivered to external customers
    • Experience in developing automated test solutions
    • Experience working directly with development teams to jointly design and implement quality and test processes
    • Strong scripting skills with tools such as Python, Ruby on Rails, etc.
    • Experience in working as part of development team to guide and facilitate strong Defect detection and Defect prevention processes
    • Understanding of CI/CD principles and experience implementing them
    • Experience with full stack environments
    • 4-year degree in Computer Science/related field or equivalent work experience

    Additional Skills

    • Experience with IoT deployments, both on server and device side
    • Software Development experience
    • Java or other object oriented programming skills

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    Posted By: Shaughnessy Tran on Mar 22, 2023 2:59 PM
    Expires On: Dec 1, 2023 12:00 AM
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      • New England Software Symposium - Sept 22-24th


        Friday September, 22, 2023 12:00 AM
        Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield
        1 Audubon Rd Wakefield MA 01880

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      Event Name: 2023 New England Software Symposium
      Dates:  Sept 22-24th
      Location: Wakefield, MA
      Venue: Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield
      URL: https://nofluffjuststuff.com/boston

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      Individual: $1325/person 

       

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